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Catalogue of Pupils, 

From September, 1875, to June, 1876. 



Abel, Gertie Chicago III 

Ainkin, Matilda 

Armstrong. Jennie 

Armstrong, Linda 

Barnard, Annie •' 

Beebe, Eliza 

Beanchanip, Ada 

Benjamin, Dina 

Berg, Fannie 

Binz, Louisa 

Brady, Annie 

Brayton, Lillie --■ 

Brayton, Blanche 

Brown, Maggie Marquette. Mich. 

Brown, Georgiana Chicttgo, 111. 

Buckious, Evelyn 

Boone, Fannie -• 

Burns, Lizzie 

Buckley, Katie • •• 

Boyles, Ada - 

Callahan, Annie 

Case, Frankie 

Cassidy, Mary 

Catlin, Gail - 

Childs, Jennie 

Clance, Alice 

Clayburgh, Minnie •• 

Clayburgh, Ida ■'■■■ 

Clark, Hattie 

Cleary, Fannie 

Cleary, Julia 

Conley, Genevieve 

Conley, Kate 

Conley, Nellie — 

Connolly, Hattie • 

Cook, Lillie 'St. Louis, Mo. 

Cotter, Mary Chicago, 111 

Coughlin. Maggie 



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Macomb, " 
Chicago. 111. 



<"ombs, Hettie Chicago, 111 

Creed, Mary .' .< 

Creed, Nora " << 

Cudahy, Mary " >' 

Cudahy, Lizzie " 

Cunningham, Mamie • '< 

Coiiners, INIinnie " " 

Davis, Hattie <■ .'. 

Davidson, Etta Joliet '' 

Day, Minnie Chicago, " 

Dee, Fannie •' <• 

Dee, Julia <« " 

Dee, Mary " .« 

DeLong, Maud " '« 

Dillon, Fannie •• •' 

Dole, Dora California. 

Dolamore, Mary Chicago, 111. 

Doll, Bessie..... '< «' 

Dorney, Johanna " " 

Donahue, Maggie 

Doty, Mary 

Doyle, Mary 

Dougherty. May 

Dovey, Addie " 

Duplisses, Josephine '' 

Edgecomb, ^lary '• 

Egan, Sarah " 

Egan, Mamie " 

Ellis. Gertie 

Enright. Nellie '> 

Evans, Mary " 

Excell, (Carrie 

Excell, Leila " 

Excell. Evie '• 

"Farrell. Mary '' 

Farrell. Katie " 

Farrell, Lillie " 

Fabbri, Clara •' 

Farnham, Emma Sparta, 

Falch Ella Chicago, 

Falsburt, Mary 

France, Eosie *' 

Feeny, Celia " 

Ferguson, Lilly " 

Ferguson, Aggie '' 



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Fleishman, Sarah Chicago. Ill- 
Fowler, Katie '' '' 

Fowler, Bell 

Frey , Emma ' ' ■ ' 

Gleeson, Julia " " 

Gleeson. Mary '' 

Goodwin, Lily " •' 

Goulet. Eulalie 

Grant, Nellie '. " 

Graham, Maggie '' '' 

Green, Mary " •' 

Green, Maggie '■ " 

Green, Annie — " " 

Geeen, Nellie " ' 

Green, Mamie '■ '' 

Green, Katie '' '• 

Griffin, Mary...... '• '• 

Hackley, Nellie Muskegon, Mich. 

Haggett, Nellie Chicago, 111. 

Haggett, Lizzie .. 

Haren, Blanch ■■ " 

Harney; Katie ■' ■' 

Healy,. Mary ,„. '• " 

Healy, Bridget ■' " 

Healy, Nellie Hyde Park. " 

Hearsey, Henrietta Chicago, III. 

Heine, Sarah ' 

HefFron, Annie •' •' 

Hickey, .'-'arah : " " 

Higgins, Mary ■- ■' " 

Hooley, Rosina '' " 

Hooley,, Gracie .. = 

Howard. Elvira Cherry Valley, ■' 

Howard, Nettie Chicago, 111. 

Hojjpin, Lillian " '■ 

Hurlbut, Jennie ■' 

How, Juliette •' ■' 

Jones, Mabel " " 

Jones, Frankie •' '• 

Kane, Katie •■ '> 

Kennington, Rosy •' '• 

Kennedy, Annie '' 

Kelly, Jennie " •' 

Knights, Zona Palatine, '• 

Lawton, Lizzie Chicago, 



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Lathrop, Carrie Chicago, 111 

Lewis, Lottie '' " 

Lino, Rosie " 

Lindauer, Cora '• '• 

Lipe, Lulu '' " 

Lippiucott, Emily " '• 

Lippincott, Hanna " " 

Liebenstein, Ella " " 

Liebenstein, Minnie '• '' 

Lowenberg, Emma " " 

Lowenberg, Lena " '■ 

Maher, Jennie " " 

Mason, Lottie Quincy, 

Mandel, Addie Chicago, 

Mahoney, Minnie '■ 

Mahoney, Maggie " 

Mahoney, Mary '' 

Martin, Winnie " 

Martin, Maggie 

Marcey, Aggie 

Maltesta, Mary 

iMeehan, Mary 

Mergentheim , Bertha 

Meyer, Julia " " 

Miller, Jennie '' " 

Murphy, Mary " " 

Murphy, Nellie 

Murphy, Katie Sag Bridge. '' 

Murphy, Maggie Chicago, '' 

Moore, Maria '• " 

Morris. Gusta " '' 

Morse, Helen " '' 

McClennon. Mary 

.McGourk, Annie 

McDonnell, Rosie 

McDonnell, Katie 

^IcDonald Mary 

McFarland, Minnie 

McManmon, Maggie 

McKinnon, Laura 

Newman, Hanna 

Noonan, Tessie 

Nolan, Nellie 

O'Brien, Nora 

O'Connell, Mary 









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Chicago. 111. 



O'Learj^ Katie ^Vilmington, 111. 

Perley, Mamie Aluskegon, ^Hch. 

Perkins, Grade 

Poitras. Millie 

Poitras, Delia 

Pridmore, Edna 

Prim, Mary 

Quittenbaum, Bertha 

Rae, Sallie 

Rees, Tessie 

Reitz. Hattie — 

Reitz. Clara 

Remick, Mabel Chicago. Ill 

Richardson, Cora ' " 

Rockwood, Hattie Waukegan, " 

Ryan, Mary Evansville. Ind 



Manistee, Mich. 



Watseka, " 
Monroe. INIich. 
Chicago, 111. 



Ryan, Aggie Chicago, 111. 

Riordan, Alice Gilson, 

Russell, Laura Chicago. 111. 

Robinson, Mary , '' '" 

Rosenberg. Bessie , " '' 

Savoie, Rosalie Kankakee, '' 

Scanlan, Nellie Chicago, 111. 

Scott, Maud 

Sherman, Nellie 

Sterling, Emma 

Skinn er, Lizzie 

Snowell, Mary 

Spiece, Mary 

Stevens. Mary '' '' 

Sunderland, Fannie '• '" 

Sunderland, Jennie " " 

Sunderland, Bessie 

Snydacker, Laura "' "' 

Sweet, INlaggie '■ 

Swan, Mamie ... Hyde Park, '■ 

Shanley, Katie Waukegan, '' 

Skow, Mary Chicago, 111. 

Scanlan. Eleanor 'V '• 

Silverman, Beckie " '" 

Tourtelot. Marie 

Tarbell, Fannie 

Tiff, Olive Terseyville, " 

Thompson, Mary Chicago, " 

Thompson, Lavinia " '' 

Thompson, Susie " ' 



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Thomson, Annie 

Thomson, Christina — 

Traynor, Katie 

Tra^'nor. Aggie 

Tamgnen, Estelle 

Trowbridge, Merta 

Tierny, Mamie 

Van Soelan, .Minnie •• 

VanSiclen, Ida 

Wells, Jennie 

Washington, Julia 

Washington, Rebecca. 

Webb, Ella 

Webb, .Millie 

■ Weadley, Maggie 

/ Walker, Etta 

Williams, Edna 

AVild, Lenore 

Wright, Nellie •.••• 



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Miss Mary Ryan, having completed the course of study pre- 
scribed in the Academy, given evidence of her proficiency at the re- 
cent Annual Examination, and distinguished herself for amiable 
and correct deportment, is entitled to the highest honors of the In 
stitution, namely, a Crown and Gold -Medal; also, to the following 
Premiums : 

First Premium, Grammar and Composition. 

" " Algebra and Geometry. 

'' " Penmanship and Chemistry. 

" " Philosophy and Natural History. 

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AWARDED TO 



Miss Lillie I. Cook, Miss Millie A. Webb, 

" Fannie G. (Dillon, " Annie M. ^rady. 
" Mary A. Farrell, " Kate H. Conley, 
" Katie M . Tray nor, " Katie M . (Buckley, 
" Mary A. Tierney ^ " Maggie V. ^roivn, 
Miss (kose M. McDonnell. 





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pF(OWN? FOR {\00D j3ojMD'JCT. 


pupils. 


The first crowns are, bj- a majority of the votes of the 


with the approval of their preceptresses, awarded to 




Mi.ss Mary Ryan, 


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" Mary Farrell. 




Second crow'ns awarded to 




Miss Mary Tierney, Miss Maggie Martin, 




" Annie Brady, '' Sarah Hickey, 




" Rose McDonnell, '• Mary Thompson, 




■' Olive Tiff. " Katie Farrell. 




'• Etta Davidson, '' Lulu Lipe, 




" Johanna Dorney, " Sarah Egan. 




Third crowns awarded to 




Miss Lily Gook, Miss Maggie Brown , 




" Fannie Dillon, " Katie Tray nor. 




" Katie Conley, " Maggie Weadley. 




" Millie Webb, " Marie Tourtelot, 




*' Katie Buckley, '' Nellie Scanlan, 




" Katie Kane, " Mary Evans. 




•' Maggie Mahoney, '' Jennie Kelly, 




•■ Teresa Noonan, " Minnie Mahoney, 




" Rosina Hooley, '' Bridget Healy, 




" Ella V»^ ebb. ■' Yira Howard, 




" Fannie Cleary, ,-* " Maria Moore, 




■■ Mary Grifiin, '■ Juliette How, 




'' Josephine Duplisses, '' Emma Frey, / 




'' ^!aggie .^;cMamnon, '' Emma Sterling, 




" Sarah Fleishman, " Annie Callahan. 




^liss Jennie .Miller, 




READING. 




KrRST CLASS. 




Second Premium Annie Brady 


Third " Marv 


Tierney 


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.SECOND CLASS. 


First Premium Fannie 


Tarbell 


Second '• .. Jenni 


e Miller 

Marcey 

Kelley 


Third •■ .. . A^'iiie 


Fourtli ■' ... Jennie 


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HEADING — Conti^ued. 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium • Hattie < ombs 

Second '' Eulalie Goulet 

Third " Sarah Hickey 

Fourth " Bertha Quittenbaum 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Henrietta Hearsey 

Second " Susie Thompson 

Third " Laura Russell 

Fourth '' Jessie Schwerdt 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium Mamie Doyle 

Second " Lottie Mason 

Third " Nellie Hackley 

Fourth ■' Nellie Enright 

FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium ^laggie Marsh 

Second " AggieTraynor 

Third " Merta Trowbridge 

Fourth '' Mamie Green 

PENMANSHIP* 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium — A Gold Pen .K. Traynor 

Second ' L. <'ook 

Third " T. Noonan 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium — A Gold Pen M. Mahony 

Second " V. Howard 

Third '' E. Davidson 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium N. Raleigh 

Second " G. Hooley 

Third '' A. Callahan 

Fourth " E. Williams 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium J. Washington 

Second '' R. Donahue 

Third " D. Dole 

GRAMMAR. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium F. ('leary 

Second " E. Webb 

Third " M.Green 



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GRAMMAR— Continued. 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium M. Griffin 

Second '' J. How 

Third " E. Goulet 

Fourth " M. Higgins 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium L. Lipe 

Second '' H. Hearsey 

Third " J. ('hilds 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium — A Gold Medal K. Conley 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium M. Evans 

Second " J. Dorney 

Third " F. Tarbell 

Fourth " B. Healey 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium A. Callahan 

Second •' .: 41 M. Thompson 

Third " M.Martin 

Fourth '' J. Conley 

FOURTH CL.\SS. 

First Premium L. Burns 

Second ■' ..A. Green 

Third " J. SchoenhofFen 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium H. Davis 

Second •' F. Dee 

Third '' N. Green 

Fourth •' A. Kennedy 

FIFTH CLASS- Second Division. 

First Premium L. Lavvton 

Second " M. Dolamore 

Third '• L. Haggetti 

Fourth '' M. Cudahy 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium K. Conley 

Second '' R. McDonnell 

Third " ' A. Brady 

Fourth " M. Brown 



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A RITHMETIC — Continued. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium .\I. Green 

Second " M. Farrell 

Third " T. Xoonan 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium S Hickey 

Second " •' • G.Morris 

Third " E. Frey 

Fourth " B. Quittt-nbaum 

Fifth •' M. Murphy 

FOURTH CLASS 

First Premium M. Poitras 

Second ' E Lippincott 

Third " .G. Brown 

Fourth " M. Edgecomb 

Fifth " M. Murphy 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium L. Cudahy 

Second " M. Creed 

Third ' : M. Snowell 

Fourth " N. Creed 

ALGEBRA. 

First Premium • R. McDonnell 

Second " =.A Brady 

Third " M. Webb 

GENERAL HISTORY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Y. Howard 

Second '' IL Mahoney 

Third " N. Scanlan 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium D. Poitras 

Second " J. How 

Third •' .E. Sterling 

U. S. HISTORY. 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium .. K. Farrell 

Second ' J. Childs 

COMPOSITION. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium — A Gold Pen M Webb 

Sec-ond " K. Buckley 

Third " M. Farrell 



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COMPOSITION — Continued. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium F. Tarbell 

Second " L. Hoppin 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium ^I. Griffin 

Second '' E. Williams 

Third '' • .....M.Martin 

SACRED HISTORY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium .K. Kane 

Second " J.Kelly 

Third " .N. Scanlon 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium M. McManmon 

Second " .J. Conley 

Third " M- Thompson 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST CLASS 

First Premium R. McDonnell 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium J. Dorney 

Second " M. Green 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium L. Burns 

Second ' M. Graham 

Third " M. Cassidy 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium M. Prim 

Second " N. Murphy 

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium B. Healy 

Second '' M. Mahoney 

INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY. 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium M. Martin 

Second " N. Griffin 

Third " E. Frey 

Fourth •' C. Lindauer 

PRIMARY GEOGRAPHY^ 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium N. Raleigh 

Second " M. Prim 

Third '' L. Lowenbergh 



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FAMILIAR SCIENCE. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium M. Evans 

Second " M. Tourtelot 

Third " F. Cleary 

Fourth " E. Webb 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium K Buckley 

Second " L. Cook 

Third " K. Traynor 

BOTANY. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium M. Tierney 

Second " .M. Brown 

Third " M. Farrell 

EHETORIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium F. Dillon 

Second " L. Cook 

Third " M. Webb 

ENGLISH LITERATURE. 

FIRST CLASS- 

First Premium K. <'onley 

Second '• K. Traynor 

Third • K.Buckley 

PHILOSOPHY — Natural. 

Graduating Class M. Ryan 

PHILOSOPHY — First Lessons. 

THIRD CLAi:S. 

First Premium ..J. How- 
Second '• D Poitras 

Third " .....A. Callahan 

Fourth " .E. Sterling 

MUSIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium M. Tourtelot 

Second '' M. Weadley 

Third " R. Hooley 



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:SIUSIC — Continued. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium O. Tiff 

Second " ...D. Poitras 

Third " A. Marcej^ 

Fourth " ^!. Mahoney 

THIKD CLASS. 

First Premium .J. Miller 

Second " M. Higgins 

Third " H. Combs 

Fourth " N. Hackley 

Fifth " R.Washington 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium M. Evans 

Second •■ .■■ S. Fleishman 

Third " S. Egan 

Fourth " -. M. Spies 

Fifth " L.Thomson 

Sixth '.' A. Boyles 

VOCAL MUSIC. 

First Premium M. Moore 

Second " I. Clay burgh 

DRAWING. 

First Premium H. Newman 

Second " J. Duplisses 

Third " G. ^iorris 

("RAYON. 
First Premium F. Dillon 

OIL PAINTING. 

First Premium M. Cla^'burgh 

Second '' R Hooley 

Third " L.Wood 

GERMAN. 

First Premium H. Newman 

Second '' E.Davidson 

Third '' .M. Weudley 

Fourth '' 1 E. Beebe 

FRENCH. 

First Premium M- Tourtelot 

Second " .L. Hoppin 

Third • J- Duplisses 









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CHENILLE EMBROIDERY. 




First Premium 


E. D.ividson 




Second " 


.0. Tiff 




Third • 


H. Newman 






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COTTON EMBROIDERY. 




First Premium 


Tkl. Green 




Second " 


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WORSTED EMBROIDERY. 




First Premium 


J. Miller 




Second " 


M. Weadlev 




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FOR IMPROVEMENT. 




E. Walker, 


M. Mahoney, M Murphy, 




S. Rae. 


K. Beauohamp, E. Farnham, 




E. Lowenberg, 


M. E. O'Connell. :.I. Conners, 




L. Skinner, 


B. Sunderland, N. (onley. 




-M. Healey, 


N. Howard, B. .Mergentheim, 




B. Rosenberg, 


I. Schoenfield. M. Skow, 




^I. Green, 


31. Jones. M. Cunningham, 




R. Lino, 


M. Remmick, H. Lippincott, 




J. Cleary, 


A. Dovev, J. Dee, 




W. Martin. 


M. Poitras, S. O'Malley, 




K. Green, 


C. Lindauer, N. Grant. 




T. Thomson, 


I. Clavburgh, M. Perley, 




K. Shanly, 


M. McFarland, L. Wild, 




A. Ryan, 


N. Nolan, N. Haggard, 




A. -Mandel. 


A. Thomson, I. Richardson, 




B Doll, 


M. Egan. F. Sunderland. 




THE FOLLOWING PUPILS NOTED FOR EXCELLENCE IN 




STUDY AND APPLICATION DURING THE YEAR. 




M. Ryan, 


M Mc-.'anmon, L. Lipe, 




M. Tierney, 


E. Goulet, >r. McFarland. 




R. McDonnell, 


S. Hickev, M. Dovle, 




F. Dillon. 


M. Griffin, 0. Hyde, 




J. How, 


N. Raleigh, L. Mason, 




D. Poitras, 


M. Prim. F. Sunderland, 




^\. Martin, 


K. Farrell, N. Enright. 




M. Thomson, 


L. Burns, 




PUNCTUALITY IN ATTENDANCE. 




y-- Brown, not one 


day absent. H. Davis, not one dav absent. 




E. Beebe, 


S. Egan, 




L. Haggett, '■ 


L. < ook, onlv •' 




J. How, only 


M-. Evans, '•" 




Miss Juliette How and Miss Rose :\'cDonnell, deserve notice as 




beina: the most obi 


iging young ladies in the school. 









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ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



EXAMINATION AND DEPORTMENT. 



FIRST SESSION. 



Mary Ryan, Graduate 

FIRST CLASS. 

Lillie Cook 

Fannife Dillon 

Mary A. Farrell 

Mary Tiernej'^ 

Kate Conley 

Katie Buckley 

Katie Travnor 

Millie Webb 

Annie Brady 

Maggie Brown 

Rose McDonnell 

Maggie Weadlev 

SECOND CLASS. 

Marie Tourtelot ■ 

Minnie Mahoney 

Bridget H ealy 

Jalianna Dorney 

Ella Webb 

Lillie Brayton 

Aggie Marcey 

Mary Evans 

Mary Green 

Katie Murphy 

Minnie Clayburgh 

Etta Davidson 

Jennie Kelly 

Maggie Mahoney 

Jennie Mil ler 

Olive Tiflf 

THIRD CLASS. 

Annie Callahan 

• "arrie Excell 

Nellie Sherman 

Ella Liebenstein 

Fannie Tarbell 

Maggie Green 

Nell le Scanlan 

Leila Excell 

Teresa Noonan 

Juliette How 

Maria ^loore 

Emma Sterling 

M aggie < "oughlin 

Linda Armstrong 

Hettie * 'ombs 

Mamie Higgins 



Ex, Av, Dep. Av. 



92 

91 

90 
85 
85 
90 
88 
91 
89 
87 
74 
93 
85 

89 
80 
80 
85 
82 
89 
83 
85 
85 
85 

80 
80 
79 
80 
84 

65 
8(i 
83 
70 
86 
83 
83 
79 
88 
74 
85 
71 
67 
84 
78 
SO 



95 

89 
90 
90 
87 
80 
86 
90 
90 
90 
85 
90 
85 

90 
89 
89 
98 
89 
85 
SO 
89 
80 
99 
80 
93 
89 
82 
80 
95 

85 
80 
80 
85 
83 
86 
87 
80 
89 
88 
88 
80 
81 
85 
80 
79 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



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THIRD CLASS — Continued. 



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Mary GrrifRn 

Bertha Qaittenbaum. 

Eulalie Goulet 

Sarah Hickey 

Edna Williams 

Grade Hooley 



Zona Knights. 



jNIinnie Day 

Cora Lindau er 

(insta Morris 

Minnie Liebenstein 

FOURTH CLASS. 

^iary Th ompson 

Blanch Brayton 

Emilie Frey 

Ma^'gie Martin 

Aggie Fergu son 

Josephine Schoenhofen 

Gertie Ellis 

Henrietta Hearsey 

Maud Scott 

Carrie Lathrop 

Lizzie Burns 

Dora Dole 

Annie Green 

Eliza Beebe 

Katie Farrell 

Jennie ( hilds 

Fann ie Berg 

Evie Flxcell 

Minnie McFarland 

Jessie Schwardt 

Beckie Silverman 

Katie McDonnell 

Lulu Lipe 

Nellie Raleigh 

Emily Lippincott 

Laura Russell 

FIFTH CLASS. 

Jennie Sunderland 

Fannie Sunderland 

Nellie Hackley 

Rosie France 

Lizzie Lawton 

Hattie Davis 

Nellie Green 

Mamie Green 

Annie Kennedy 

Mary Stevens 

Mary Edgcomb 

Lottie M ason 

Nellie Enrigh t 

Mary Creed 

Lavina Thomson = 

Georgie Brown 



71 
71 
74 
78 
72 
66 
65 
80 

59 
84 

90 
89 
88 
87 
85 
83 
83 
82 
79 
76 
76 
81 
81 
80 
80 
73 
70 
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72 
71 
69 

46 
64 



D-i'.Av 



85 
75 
85 
85 
75 
78 
80 
90 

80 
80 

91 
89 
89 
90 
85 
70 
79 
75 
70 
70 
89 
85 
80 
75 
90 
78 
76 
99 
81 
70 
50 
70 
90 
80 
85 
70 

40 
50 



8(1 


lO 


72 


90 


(10 


70 


68 


85 


47 


25 


55 


30 


56 


10 


75 


60 


44 


65 


52 


7(5 


41 


65 


85 


80 


64 


50 


71 


90 



26 



ST. XAVIKR S ACADEMY. 



FIFTH CLASS — Continued. 



Mary Cassidy 

lilamie Doyle 

Lizzie Haggett 

]\lary Robinson 

Sarah Fleisliman... 

Dina Benjamin 

^lay Dougherty 

Fannie Dee 

Sarah Egan 

JNIamie Dohnore — 

Mary t'udahy 

Aggie Tray nor 

Maggie iMarsh 

Lizzie Cudahy 

Mary Snowell 

Merta Trowbridge. 

;Mamie Green 

Annie Thomson.... 

Mary Creed 

iMary Spies 

Nora Creed 

Lizzie Lawton.. 



SIXTH CLASS. 



Gale Catlin 

Julia Cleary 

Mamie Egan 

Rosie Lino 

Nellie Nolan 

Emma Kennedy, 

Jennie Maher 

Ada Bovles 



Es. Av. 



I'cp. lU. 



86 


60 


58 


58 


25 


40 


(52 


65 


50 


75 


70 


90 


30 


40 


43 


38 


70 


100 


45 


75 


75 


80 


60 


50 


75 


85 


60 


80 


50 


80 


75 


80 


oo 


38 


75 


38 


85 


80 


75 


85 


60 


40 


00 


70 


65 


40 


50 


75 


50 


100 


()0 


40 


56 


60 


30 


30 


40 


30 


70 


50 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



27 



EXAMINATION AND DEPORTMENT. 



SECOND SESSION. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 



Marv Rvan. 



FIRST CLASS. 



Lillie Cook 

Fannip Dillon 

Mary A. Farrell.. 

Mary Tierney 

Kate Conley 

Katie Buckley 

Katie Travnor 

-Millie Webb 

Annie Brady 

Maggie Brown 

Rose McDonnell.. 
Weadlev. 



Maggie 



SECOND CLASS. 



Johanna Dorney . 
INlinnie Mahoney. 

Bridget Healy 

]Marie Tonrtelot... 

Ella Webb 

Aggie Marcey 

Mary Evans 

IVIary Green 

Fannie Cleary 

Etta Davidson .... 
Magijie Green .... 
Lillian Hoppin.... 
INI aggie M ahoney . 
Elvira Howard.... 

Jennie Kelly 

Katie Kane 

Jennie iMiller 

Maria ^'oore 

Tessie Noonan.... 
Fannie Tarbell..-. 
Olive Tifl" 



THIRD (LASS. 



Emma Sterling. 



Juliette How. 

Annie Callahan 

Delia Poitress 

Maggie McManmon 

Mamie Higgins 

Hettie <'ombs 

Eulalie Goulet 

Edna Williams 

Gracie Hooley 

Sarah Hickev 



Ex. At. ; tep. Av 



95 

93 
93 
91 
91 
94 
90 
94 
93 
94 
93 
95 
87 

85 
81 
81 
91. 
84 
73 
84 
83 
87 
87 
72 
91 
70 
86 
73 
68 
76 
80 
85 
84 
88 

85 
85 
89 
86 
85 
73 
80 
80 
72 
75 
80 



95 

90 
90 
95 
90 
89 
90 
90 
90 
90 
89 
90 
90 

95 
81 
81 
88 
90 
80 
91 
82 
90 
95 
85 
90 
81 
90 
81 
90 
89 
90 
90 
86 
96 

SO 
89 
89 
89 
90 
80 
83 
89 
70 
78 
84 



28 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



THIRD CLASS — Continued. 



Emma l.owenberg- 
Lizzie Skinner 



Ex. Av. [ Dept. Av. 

1 

57 j 75 
Abs ent. 



Julia Washington. 



Mary Griffin. 

Ida (lavburgh 

Millie Poitras 

Bertha Quittenbaum 

Emma Frey 

Mary Thompson - 

Jennie Con ley. • 

Cora Lindauer. 

Gusta Morris 

Maggie Martin 

Addie Dovev 

FOURTH CLASS. 

Lizzie Burns 

Henrietta Hearsey 

Maud Scott. 

Josef)hine Schoenhoffen 

Jennie Childs 

Katie Farrel 1 

Annie Green 

Dora Dole 

Eliza Beebe 

Lena Lowenberg 

Susan Thorn pson 

Nellie Raleigh.... ,..- 

Lulu Lipe 

Mary Prim 

Evelyn Buckious 

Mary Cassidy 

Emily Lippincott 

Laura Russell 

Rosie I )onahue 

Minnie McFarland 

Maggie Graham 

Jessie Schwerdt 

Rebecca Washi ngton 

Bessie Rosenberg .. 

FIFTH CLASS.— First Division. 

Georgiana Brown 

Fannie Sunderland 

Jennie Sunderland 

Nelly Hackley 

Hattie Davis 

Olive Hyde 

Lavina Thomson 

Nellie Enright 

Annie Kennedy 

i\lary Edgecombe 

Lottie Mason 

Mamie Doyle ■• 

Fannie Dee 

Nellie Green 



b9 
82 
(17 
78 
80 
75 
88 
SO 
57 
72 
86 
(i7 

92 
90 
86 
85 
85 
83 
82 
82 
80 
80 



75 
80 

78 
78 
70 
85 
90 
80 
80 
80 
90 
80 

90 

85 
78 
75 
78 
95 
79 
83 

7^> 



70 
Abs lent. 



92 

87 
82 
80 
79 
78 
77 
73 
70 
70 
65 
65 



85 
90 
90 
75 
80 
85 
79 
80 
80 
80 
70 
75 



Abs ent. 



95 
90 
60 
93 
86 
95 
88 
93 
50 
85 
99 
99 
60 
93 



90 
60 
50 
80 
85 
80 
60 
70 
50 
70 
80 
70 
58 
50 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



29 



FIFTH CLASS.— First Divisiox — Continued. 



Flora Kennedy •••• 
Ida Van Siclen.... 

Hattie Conoly 

Sarah Fleishman. 



Second Division. 



Ex. Av 



Sarah Egan 

Mamie Dolamore.. 

Mary Cudahy 

Lizzie Haggett 

Aggie Traynor 

Maggie Marsh 

Lizzie Cudahy 

Mary Snowell 

Merta Trowbridge. 

-Mamie Cireen 

Annie Thomson-... 

Mary Creed 

Mary Spies 

Nora Creed 

Lizzie Lawton 



SIXTH CLASS. 



Ada Boyles 

Gale Catlin 

Julia Cleary 

Mamie Egan 

Kosie Lino 

Nellie Nolan 

Emma Kennedy 
Marv Cotter 



[Iept..4v 



60 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


80 


SO 


100 


80 


80 


85 


8.T 


CO 


50 


80 


60 


85 


85 


81 


85 


50 


(iO 


85 


85 


85 


100 


80 


50 


8-t 


85 


65 


85 


65 


60 


90 


80 


85 


50 


86 


50 


84 


75 


60 


100 


58 


50 


56 


(50 


20 


40 


58 


75 



oO ST. xavier's academy. 



pROMOTIOJM^— ^ECOJ^D ^Eg£;iO 



N. 



TO FIRST CLASS. 

0. Tiff, E. Davidson, J. Dorney, 

M. Tourtelot, L. Hojipin. 

TO SECOND DIVISION SECOND CLASS. 

J. How, M. McManmon, D. Poitras, 

E. Sterling, A. Callahan. 

TO FIRST DIVISION SECOND CLASS. 
F. Cleary, V. Howard, F. Tarbell, T. Noonan. 

TO FIRST DIVISION THIRD CLASS. 

M. Thomson, M. Martin, M. Griffin. 

B. Quittenbaum, J. Conley. 

TO SECOND DIVISION THIRD CLASS. 

L. Burns, Maud Scott, H. Hearsey. 

Josephine Schoenhoffen, Jennie Childs. 

TO FIRST DIVISION FOURTH CLASS 
N. Raleigh, M. Prim, L. Lipe, E. Buckious. 

TO SECOND DIVISION FOURTH CLASS. 

(t. Brown, F. Sunderland. N. Hackley, 

H. Davis, L. Thomson, N. Enright, L. Mason, 

M. Dovle, N. Green, O. Hyde. 



HPfjOMOTION^ in yVf^ITHf/lETIG. 
TO SECOND DIVISION OF FIRST CLASS. 

r 

V. Howard, E. Davidson, J. How% 

F. Cleary, T. Noonan, E. Webb. 

TO FIRST DIVISION THIRD CLASS. 
M. Thomson, M. Martin, J. Conley. 

TO SECOND DIVISION THIRD CLASS. 
J. Washington, E. Beebe, M. Poitras. M. Cassidy. 




The pupils should remeuiber that, in an institution of this kind, 
it would be impossible to preserve order without well established 
Rules ; and when these Rules are once understood, each young lady 
should consider it her duty, not only to observe them strictly, but. 
also, to aid her companions in doing the same, thereby rendering a 
most acceptable assistance to her teachers, whose i^reatest ])leasure 
amongst them, will be derived frf)ni their assiduity in this respect 

1st. The first and most important Rule concerns their religious 
duties, which all will be required to attend pvnc.tuatly. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during 
the time allowed lor recreation, in the room appointed for that pur- 
pose ; but even during the hours set apart for recreation, it is never 
permitted in the halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupii is allowed to leave the recreation hall, or any room 
in '.vhich all are assembled, without permission from the presiding 
Sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain jiocket-money. For the pur- 
pose of safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the Treasurer ; 
also, alljetcelry, except a breast pin. pair of eav-rings, and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permit- 
ted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least 
once a week. 

7th. The pupils are not allowed to make visits oftmer than once 
a month. 

8th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to 
exclude all others, or become remarkable ; on the contrary, all should 
try to be sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, espec- 
ially towards strange pupils. 

9th. During the recreation hours, no work is permitted that 
will prevent the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus un- 
bending the mind and preparing it for future study. 

10th. No books brought to the Academy by the pupils, can be 
read without submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Let- 
ters are also subject to the inspection of the Directress. 



32 ST. xavier's academy. 

11th. Xo visits allowed, except at the appointed times, viz.: 
Wednesday afternoon and Sunday; pupils who wish to give no trou- 
ble, should be particular and notify their friends of this anange- 
ment. 

12th. Personal neatness, and a particular care of books toilet 
articles, wearing apparel, etc., must be'carefully attended to, as noth- 
ing like a slovenly appearance will be tolerated, A young lady who 
is careless in this respect, must expect to lose all good marks, as well 
as the respect of her companions and teachers. 

loth. Music pui);ls are not allowed to leave their respective 
rooms during the hours g ven them for practice, neither should thev 
speak in those rooms. 

14th. Xo pupil is allowed to go to her room, during school or 
recreation hours, without special permLss^ion 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS FOLLOWS: 

5.^ o'clock, Rise. 

C)^ " Morning Prayers and ^lass. 

7 '' Breakfast, followed b\' Recreation. 

8 ■• Study. 

!i " Recitation, 

llf •• Dinner and Recreation. 

12.^ " Study and Recitation. 

4 •• Luncheon and Recreation. 

5 " Study. 

ti '• Supper. Rosary (for the <'athoIics). 

65 " Recreation. 

8} " Xight Prayers, after which all retire to their respect- 
ive dormitories for the night. 




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HT. XAVIEB'S ACADKiVLi 

4938 evans ave., 
ohicagkx 



PROSPECTUS 




f ONDUCTED BY THE ^IgTEF(3 OF *JVIeRCY. 



This Institution, first opened in 1846, is now permanently located on 
the corner of Wabash Avenue and 29th Street, about three miles from the 
centre of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious, and 
well adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected 
with the various sleeping apartments, and the entire building is heated by 
steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to health, 
and those parents and guardians who have patronized the Academy during 
the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together wath the thorough ventilation 
which exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27th, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy 
enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to 
secure order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions, of five months each. 
The first session coinmencing on the first of September; the second on 
the first of February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at 
Christmas, when pupils are permitted to visit their parents if they desire 
it. If residents of the city, they are permitted to do so once a month — 
generally the first Sunday of the month. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends; visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since 
study is necessarily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the 
supervision of the Directress. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention, con- 
sistent with the spirit of a mild, but tirm government, is paid to the com- 
fort of tlie young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care 
is taken to nourish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion 
which alone can render education profitable. No undue influence is exer- 
cised over the religious opinions of non-Catholic pupils; however, for the 
sake of order, all are required to conform to the external discipline of the 
Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to 
parents and guardians. 

At the Annual Distribution of Premiums those who have given evi- 
dence of polite and amiable deportment, are crowned by the Rt. Rev. 
Bishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and 
useful education. Particular attention is gi\'en to Rhetoric, Composition, 
History and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed each 
pupil for Plain and Ornamental Needle Work, Wax-Flowers, etc. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those only who take the full 
Academic Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the year, their session always 
commencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home once a week. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness and etiquette, and all that 
constitutes ladylike deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who 
may be found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the 
latter the Academy is opened at 8 o'clock. 

Recitation commences at 9 o'clock precisely, and continues until 3 
o'clock P. M., with an intermission of three-quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion, de- 
pends in a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they 
should never be encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except in case 
of illness. Parents should, also, see that they attend to evening study 
while at home, as it is useless to expect perfect recitation without private 
study. 

For those who may prefer it, there is a professor of Music (Prof M. 
J. Deloulme,) in attendance throughout the year; and for pvipils who wish 
to take lessons in Elocution, Prof J. K. McAffcrty attends. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



(For Boarflers.) 

Per Session of Five Months, in Advance. 

Board, and Tuition in English and Music, - - - $150. 
Languages, each, --...-. -10. 
Oil Painting, ......... 25. 

Water Color, 25. 

Cravon, ......... 25. 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms maj be made by those sending two or more 
sisters at the same time. 

Books, Stationery, etc., are furnished at the usual retail prices. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, 
suitable for each season. Toilet articles, six towels, four table-napkins, a 
knife and fork, teaspoon, and napkin ring. 

No particular uniform is required. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 



(For Day Scholars.) 

Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, in Adv.\nce. 

Academic Department. 

English Branches, $15. 

Music, - ... i^. 

Use of Piano, 5. 

Painting, for the Pupils, 15. 

" for those who do not attend school, - - - 25. 

Crayon, -..-----.. 15. 

Drawing, ^. 

Intermediate Department. 

English Branches, for Juveniles, ----- 10. 

English Branches, lor Minims, ------ 5- 

Music, for Juniors, -....--- 10. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Course of Studies. 



Primary Department — First Division. 

Reading (Third Reader), Orthography (Creerj's first Lessons), Gram- 
mar (Brown's first Lessons), Penmanship, Practical Arithmetic (Robin- 
son's Rudiments), Intellectual Arithmetic (Robinson's Primary). 

Second Division. 

Reading (Second and First Readers), Orthography (Creery's first 
Lessons), Penmanship, Practical Arithmetic (Robinson's Rudiments), 
Object Lessons. 

Intermediate Department — First Division. 

Reading (Fifth Reader), Orthographic Dictation, Penmanship, Arith- 
metic (Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar, (Brown's Institute), 
Geography (Mitchell's Intermediate), English Composition, General His- 
tory (Parley's), Philosophy, Etiquette, Sacred History. 

Second Division. 

Reading (Fourth Reader), Ortliography, Penmanship, Arithmetic 
(Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar (Brown's Primary), Geog- 
raphy (Mitchell's Primary), Elementary Composition, United States 
History (first Lessons), Etiquette, Sacred History. 

Senior Department — First Division. 

Reading, Penmanship, Rhetoric and Composition, Algebra, Geome- 
try, Chemistry, Geology, Philosophy, Natm-al History, Physiology, 
Botany, Book-Keeping, Astronomy, Ornamental Penmanship, Review 
of Geography, Grammar, Etc., Languages, Literature. 

Second Division. 

Reading, Orthographic Dictation (Creery's Grammar School Speller), 
Penmanship, Composition, Grammar (Brown's Institute), Aritlunetic 
(Robinson's Practical and Mental), Physical Geography (Cornell's), 
Sacred History (Gilmore's), Familiar Science (Peterson's), English 
Literature (Shaw's), Languages. 



Catalogue of Pupils. 



From September, 1877, to June, 1878. 



Agnew, Marv Chicago, 111. 

Arnold, Blanche " " 

Auwerda, Mary " " 

Auwerda, Katie " " 

Bacchus, Pearl " " 

Barnard, Annie " " 

Baxter, May " " 

Beckett, Jessie " " 

Bonfield, Stella " " 

Bonfield, Mamie " " 

Boswell, Millie " 

Beebe, Eliza Joliet, 111. 

Boyles, Ada Chicago, 111. 

Brenr.an, Mamie " " 

Brennan, Bessie " " 

Brazier, Alice .• Laramie, Wyo. 

Broderick, Hannah Chicago, 111. 

Burke, Mary " " 

Bush, Ada " 

Carroll, Lillie " " 

Callahan, Annie " " 

Callaghan, Sarah " " 

Catlin, Gail " " 

Cassidy, Mary " " 

Cleary, Annie " " 

Cleary, Josie " " 

Cleary, Fannie " " 

Cleary, Julia " " 

Clayburgh, Ida " " 

Cox, Nellie " " 

Corcoran, Mary Rockford, 111. 

Corrigan, Jennie Chicago, III. 

Coleman, Julia " " 

Conley, Nellie " " 

Conley, Jennie " " 

Conroy, Maggie Milwaukee, Wis. 

Conners, Maggie Chicago, In. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Conners, Minnie Chicago, III. 

Combs, Hettie " " 

Christie, Jennie " " 

Cudahy, Lizzie " " 

Cudahv, Mary " " 

Cudahy, Clara " " 

Cummings, Annie San Francisco, Cal. 

Cummings, Anastasia Chicago, 111. 

Curley, Katie " " 

Creed, Mary « " 

Creed, Nora " " 

Dalton, Katie " " 

Davis, Blanche " " 

DeCampi, Annie " " 

DeCampi, Mamie " " 

Delaney, Nellie " " 

Dennehy, Annie " " 

Dole, Dora Oakland, Cal. 

Dorney, Johanna Chicago, 111. 

Doll, Bessie " " 

Donnelly, Mary " " 

Downs, Annie " " 

Dunne, Katie " " 

Enwright, Mary " " 

Enwright, Ettie .' . . . " " 

Evans, Ida " " 

Farrell, Katie " " 

Flemming, Delia " " 

Foote, Mamie " " 

Fuller, Ida " " 

Fuller, Maud " " 

Gardiner, Julia Clinton, Iowa. 

Gillan, Sarah Chicago, 111. 

Grant, Nellie " " 

Green, Annie " " 

Green, Nellie " " 

Green, Mamie " " 

Green, Katie " " 

Grundy, Jessie Joliet, 111. 

Haggarty, Mary Chicago, 111. 

Huchberger, Fannie " '' 

Havens, Blanche Indianapolis. 

Hackley, Nellie Muskegon 

Harris, Ella Quincy, 111. 

Howard, Nettie Chicago, Ill- 
Howard, Vira Cherry Valley, 111. 



ST. XAVIER ACADEMY. 



Hock, Emma Bangor, Wis. 

Mickey, Sarah Chicago, 111. 

Ilurlbut, Jennie 

Hyde, Olive 

Huber, Emily 

Heidmej'er, Flora 



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Higgins, Mamie " " 

Higgins, Genevieve " " 

Higgins, Mary " " 

Hunter, Viola New Orleans, La. 

Jauriette, Rosella Chicago, 111. 

Johnson, Minnie " " 

Kelly, Minnie " " 

Kelly, Katie " " 

Kelly, Jennie " " 

Kennedy, Winnie " " 

Kehoe, Lizzie " " 

Keogh, Lulu " " 

King, Mabel " " 

Klassen, Kate " " 

Kuehne, Ida " " 

Kurtz, Ida " " 

Leopold, Esther " " 

Leyden, Annie " " 

Leyden, Mary " " 

Leyden, Nora " " 

Lawton, Lizzie '' " 

Leddy, Ella " " 

Lindauer, Flora " " 

Lippincott, Emily " " 

Lippincott, Hanna " " 

Lowenberg, Emma I^yer, Ind. 

Lovvenberg, Lena " " 

Martin, Maggie Chicago, 111. 

Marsh, Cora " " 

Marsh, Maggie " " 

Manley, Katie Indianapolis, Ind. 

Mahoney, Maggie Chicago, 111. 

Mahoney, Mary " " 

Mahoney, Lizzie " " 

Mattocks, Bessie " " 

Mason, Lottie " " 

Maher, Jennie " " 

Mc Afferty, Lillian " " 

McCurdy, Bell " " 

McCaffrey, Agnes .- Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



McCrale, Katie Chicago, 111. 

McDonnell, Aggie " " 

McP^ai-land, Minnie " " 

McGordon, Annie Muskegon, Mich. 

McGordon, Nellie " " 

McGee, Katie Harvard, 111. 

McMahon, Lizzie Chicago, 111. 

Mergentheim, Bertha " " 

Miller, Jennie " " 

Moore, Maria " 

Murph J, Maggie " " 

Murphy, Nellie • " " 

Mulloj, Nellie " " 

Neville, Mary Evansville, Ind. 

Noonan, Teresa Chicago, 111. 

Norfolk, Mary Charleston, 111. 

Nolan, Nellie Chicago, 111. 

O'Brien, Agnes " " 

O'Brien, Annie " " 

O'Connell, Mary " " 

O'Donnell, Mary " " 

Organ, Minnie " " 

Osier, Ida " " 

Peake, Lizzie " " 

Quirk, Mary " " 

Roberts, Lillie " " 

Sanders, Mar v '• " 

Sanders, Johanna " " 

Spies, Mary " " 

Shanley, Katie " " 

Silverman, Beckie " " 

Simpson, Cora " " 

Sheridan, Nellie " " 

Smith, Annie " " 

Smith, Ada " " 

Smith, Josie " " 

Snowell, Mary " " 

Spellman, Mary " " 

Spellman, Lizzie " " 

Spellman, Sarah " " 

Stengor, Mary Naperville, 111. 

Sterling, Emma Monroe, Mich. 

Skinner, Lizzie Chicago, 111. 

Tallman, Jennie '' " 

Thompson, Mary " " 

Thomson, Lavina " " 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



II 



Thomson, Annie. . 
Thomson, Tenie... 
Thumser, Lizzie. .. 

Tighe, Lizzie 

Tippet, Mattie 

Tourtelot, Marie... 
Traynor, Aggie... 
Warren, Jessie. . . . 
Watkins, Frouie. . . 

Welch, Katie 

Weadley, Maggie. . 
Weadley, Nellie. . . 

Webb, Ella 

Westgarth, Eliza.. 
Weimberg, Sophie. 

Wilder, Nellie 

Wilson, Nellie 

Whitcomb, Ida . . . 
Wood, Lizzie 



Chicago, 111. 



Hyde Park, 111. 
Chicago, 111. 



St. Louis, Mo. 
Chicago, 111. 



Sycamore, 111. 
Chicago, III. 




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SX0§XI 



OVERTURE— Fra Diavolo, ..... S>/nt/i. 

Misses I. KuKTZ, A. Brazier, M. Maiionev, J. Miller, A. Smith, 

S. HicKEY, N. Hackley, a. Callahan. 

WELCOME CHORUS, - - U'oriis by Miss Marie Tourtelot. 

Accompanied by Miss Mary Norfolk. 

SALUTATORY, .... Miss Sarah Gii.lan. 

RACE COURSE, - - - ... Blake. 

Misses R. Jauriet, A. Cummings, M. Sanders, G. Conley, E. Adams, 

L. Adams, J. Grundy, N. Delaney. 

MORAL COURAGE— Essay, - - - Miss M. Weadley. 

NORMA TRIO, ...... Bissell. 

Misses E. Beebe, S. Bonfield, M. Spies, L. Cudahy, N. Green, 

L. Thomson, M. Cudahy, L. Mason, A. Boyles, 

A. Thomson, G. Catlin, N. Weadley. 

BEAUTIFUL MOONLIGHT— Vocal Duet, - - Sie/hen Glover. 

Misses E. and L. Adams. Accompanied by Miss H. Broderick. 

EVENING PARADE MARCH, .... Wyman. 

Misses L. Thumser, L. Tighe, A. Leyden, D. Fleming, M. Neville, 

M. Higgins, A. Green, J. Sanders. 

ESSAY, ... . . Miss Marie Tourtelot. 

VALSE DE JULIETTE— Instrumental Solo, - - - Raj: 

Miss M. Weadley. 

AVE MARIA, ...... Muller. 

Misses M. Moore, G. Higgins. Accompanied by Miss H. Broderick. 

AT LENGTH A BRILLIANT RAY, - - - Rossini. 

Miss A. Denneiiy-. Accompanied by Miss M. Weadlp:y. 

AN ORDER FOR A PICTURE, .... Alice Cary. 

Read by Miss Elvira Howard. 

SPRING FLOWERS REDOWA— Duet, .... Berg. 

Misses Anastasia Cummings, A. Beauchamp, N. Conlev, C. Simpson, 

J. Cleary, K. Welsh, L. Westgarth, M. A. Enwright. 



ST. xavier's academy. 13 



SPRING, WITH FAIRY FOOT RETURNING— Chorus, - Rossini. 

Sung by twelve Young- Ladies, accompanied by Miss F. Cleary. 

ZAMPA OVERTURE— Duet, ... - - Herold. 

Misses V. Howard, T. Noonan, M. Nokfolk, H. Combs, A. McGokdon, 

D. Dole, K. McGee, L. Lowenberg. 

O LUCE DI QUEST ANIMA— Solo, - - - Donizetti. 

Miss Sarah Gillan. Accompanied by Miss M. ^VEADLEY. 

JUNIOR'S ADDRESS, .... Miss Lulu Keoch. 

INSTRUMENTAL SOLO, .-.--- 

Miss Nettie Howard. 

JUNIOR CHORUS, - - - Words by Miss JoseJ'/iine Cleary. 

Accompanied by Miss M. Weadley. 

A HAPPY HOME— Essay - - - Miss Sarah Gillan. 

MIA MADRE— Trio, .... - Campana. 

Misses H. Broderic K, A. Cummings, A. Brazier. 

Accompanied by Miss A. Dennehy. 

DUET— Piano and Organ. ..-.-- 

Misses M. Weadley and G. Higgins. 

READING, ..----- Faber. 

Miss M. A. McDonnell. 

IL TROVATORE— Duet, ..... Melnotte. 

Misses M. Weadley, A. Dennehy, H. Broderick, F. Cleary, 

E. Sterling, E. Webb, S. Gillan, A. Cleary. 

FAREWELL CHORUS, - - Words by Miss Teresa Noonan. 

Accompanied by Miss M. Mahoney. 

VALEDICTORY, .... - Miss M. Weadley. 



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Annie Cleary, 
JosiE Cleary, 
Fannie Cleary, 
Maria Moore, 
Lizzie McMahon, 



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Katie Curly, 
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AWARDED TO 



Miss Teresa Noonan^ 
Lizzie Kehoe^ 
Annie Cleary\ 
Josie Cleary^ 
Fannie Cleary, 
'Jennie Miller^ 



Miss Annie Dennehy^ 
^' Vira Howard^ 
Ella Webb, 
Emma Sterlings 
"" Johanna Dorney, 
" Maggie Mahoney^ 



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Miss Mary Sanders. 



Crowns for 

■ 


f 


rOOD Conduct. 




SECOND 


CLASS. 




Miss 


Mary Neville, 






Miss Mary Norfolk, 


a 


Lizzie Skinner, 






i( 


Katie McGee, 


(( 


Sarah Hickey, 






a 


Genevie\e Higgins, 


u 


Lizzie McMahon, 






a 


Annie Callahan, 


u 


Mary Thompson, 






a 


Agnes O'Brien, 


it 


Katie Curley, 






u 


Annie O'Brien, 


a 


Nellie Wilder, 






a 


Mary A. McDonnell, 


a 


Mary Higgins, 






u 


Lizzie Tighe, 


u 


Hannah Broderick, 






a 


Alice Brazier. 




First Crowns in 


rhir 


d Class aw; 


irded to 


Miss 


Johanna Sanders, 






Miss. 


Mary Baxter, 


i( 


Lizzie Thumser, 






It 


Jennie T;dlman, 


(I 


Minnie Organ, 






a 


Miiry Donnelly. 




Second Crown 


s awarded to 


Miss 


Katie Farrell, 






Miss 


Jessie Grundy, 




Miss Lena L 


owen 


berg. 






Plrst Crown in F 


O'^n-th Ch 


iss aw; 


u'ded to 




Miss M 


ar_\- 


Corcoran. 






Primary 


DkI'ARTMEXT 






First Crowns 


awai 


ded to 




Miss 


Esther Leopold, 






Mis. 


» Jennie Maher, 


n 


Mary F. Snowell, 






a 


Flora Lindauer. 




Second Crowns 


to 




Miss 


Annie Barnard, 






Miss 


Ida Ozier, 


i( 


Annie Smith, 






(I 


Mary A. Enwright, 


it 


Julia Cleary, 






(I 


Anastasia Cummings, 




Miss N 


ellie 


Con 


ley. 


• 



'Reading. 



The Gold Medal Mary McDonnell 

First Premium Ella Webb and Annie Dennehy 

Second " Vira Howard and Maggie Mahoney 

Third " -Mary Sanders and Johanna Dorney 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Sarah Mickey 

Second " Jennie Conley 

Third " Annie Callahan 

Foui th " Lizzie Tighe 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Dora Dole 

Second " Bella McCurdy 

Third " Mary Cassidy 

Fourth " Mary Donnelly 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Ida Evans 

Second " Lottie Mason 

Third " Lizzie Thumser 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Delia Fleming 

Second " Lavinia Thomson 

Third " Cora Marsh 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Mamie Green 

Second " Nellie Cox 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Ji^ilia Cleary 

Second " Anastasia Cummings 

Third " Mary de Campi 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Cora Simpson 

Second " Nora Levden 



20 ST. XA\'1ER S ACADEMY. 

PENMANSHIP. 

Ornamental Marie Tourtelot 

PLAIX PEXMAN.SHIP. 

Gold Pen Annie Denneh v 

Second Premium Maggie Mahon v 

Third " Lizzie Kehoe 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Alice Brazier 

Second " Katie McGee 

Third " Lizzie McMahon 

GRAMMAR. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Thompson 

Second " Mary Higgin.s 

Third " Katie Curlev 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium .' May Baxter 

Second " Bell McCurdy 

Third " Mary Cassidj 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Jessie Grundv 

Second " Nellie Hackley 

Third " Annie Cmnmings 

FOURTH CLASS. 

P'irst Premium Lizzie Cudahy 

Second " Mary Creed 

Third " Cora Marsh 

Fourth " Nora Creed 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

The Gold Medal Mary Higgins 

Second Premium Ella Webb 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Thompson 

Second " Jennie Conley 

Third " Mary Norfolk 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Katie Farrell 

Second " Ida Kuehne 

Third " Jessie Grundy 

Fourth " Maud Fuller 

THIRD CLASS— Second Divi.sion. 

First Premium Annie Green 

Second " Ida Kurtz 

Third " Ida Eyans 



ST. XAVIER' academy. 21 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Mary Corcoran 

Second " Nellie Green 

Third " Jennie Christie 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Maggie Marsh 

Second " Katie Kelly 

Third " Stella Bonfield 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Annie Thomson 

Second " Nellie Nolan 

Third " Mary Snowell 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Mary Spies 

Second " Katie Shanley 

Third " Nettie Howard 

SIXTH CLASS. 

First Premium Mary O'Donnell 

Second " Nellie Grant 

Third " Maggie Murphy 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

A Gold Medal Teresa Noonan 

A Gold Pencil Fannie Clear^' 

Second Premium Ella Webb and Josie Cleary 

Third " - Annie Cleary 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Katie Curley 

Second " Mary Higgins 

Third " Annie O'Brien 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium. Eliza Beebe 

Second " Minnie Organ 

Third " Johanna Sanders 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Neville 

Second " Genevieve Higgins 

Third " Mary Corcoran 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Olive Hyde 

Second " Katie Farrell 

Third " Mary Quirk 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Nellie Weadley 

Second " Lizzie Cudahy 

Third " l^Iaggie Marsh 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



! 



SIXTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Marv Leyden 

Second " Annie Barnard 

SIXTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Minnie Bos'well 

Second •■ Esther Leopold 

SEVENTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Minnie O'Connell 

Second •■ Minnie Conners 

SEVENTH CLASS— Second Di\-ision. 

First Premiuin Laura Keogh 

Second " Nellie Molloy 

Third " Fannie Watkins 

ALGEBRA. 

First Premium Annie Dennehy 

Second " Nellie Wilder 

GENERAL HISTORY. 
GRADt'ATE CLASS. 

First Premium • • ■ • Marie Tourtelot 

Second '' Maggie Weadley 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium T. Noonan and L. Kehoe 

Second " J. Cleary, \". Howard and M. Mahoney 

Third " J- Dorney and E. Webb 

THIRD CLASS. 

Fu-5t Premium May Baxter 

Second " L. Peake and M. Organ 

Third ■• M. Delaney and I. Kuehne 

Fourth •• E. Hock 

U. S. HISTORY. 
SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Thompson 

Second • Sarah Hickey 

Third • Agnes O'Brien 

ENGLISH HISTORY. 
GR.\DrATE CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Tourtelot 

Second " Sarah Gillan 

COMPOSITION. 

GRADt'ATE CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Tourtelot 



Second 



. Massfie Weadlev 



FIRST CLASS. 
First Premium Teresa Noonan 

Second •• 

Third •• 



. . .Lizzie Kehoe and Annie Clearv 
, Jennie Miller and Johanna Dornev 



ST. xavier's academy. 



SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary McDonnell 

Second " Hettie Combs 

Thii-d " Annie O'Brien 

BIBLE HISTORY. 
FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium J. Clearv and A. Denneh y 

Second " Annie Cleary 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Thompson 

Second " ... • • Hannah Broderick 

Third " Lizzie McMahoii 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Johanna Sanders 

Second " Katie Farrell 

Third " • • -Maggie Conroy 

CHRISTAIN DOCTRINE. 
GR.VDIATE CLASS. 

First Premium Maggie Weadley 

" " Sarah Gillan 

" " Marie Tourfelot 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Teresa Noonan and Marie Moore 

« " Annie Cleary 

« " Josie Cleary 

SECOND CLASS. 

The Gold Medal Hannah Broderick 

First Premium Mary Thompson 

" '' Katie Curley 

" " Sarah Hickey 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Donnelly 

Second " • Mary Delaney 

Third " Maggie Conroy 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Aggie Tray nor 

Second " Viola Hunter 

Third " Eliza Westgarth 

FIFTH CL.VSS. 

First Premium Katie Welch 

Second " Mary Enwright 

Third " '. Jennie Maher 

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 
SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Wilder 

Second " Annie O'Brien 

Third " Lizzie Skinner 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



■5 



BOTANY. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Josie Cleary and \ira Howard 

Second " Lizzie Kehoe and Emma Sterling 

Tiiird " Annie Clearj 

PHYSIOLOGY'. 
SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Ilattie Combs 

Second " -. Mary McDonnell 

Third '' Annie Callahan 

INDUSTRY. 

First Premiimi Mary Thompson 

Second " Eliza Beebe 

MUSIC— INSTRUMENTAL. 

The Gold Medal Maggie Weadley 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Annie Dennehv 

Second " P\annie Cleary and Hannali Broderick 

Third " M. Mahoney, I. Kurtz and M. Iliggins 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Ilackley and Mary Norfolk 

Second " Sarah Hickey and Alice Brazier 

Third " Annie Cummings and Doi-a Dole 

Fourth ". , Katie McGee 

THIRD CLASS. 
First Premium Genevieve Tallman 

Second " Ada Boyles 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Eliza We.stgarth 

.Second " Anastasia Cummings 

Third " Nellie Conley 

VOCAL MUSIC. 

The Gold Medal Sarah Gillan 

First Premium Annie Dennehy 

Second " A. Cummings, H. Broderick, A. Brazier 

DRAWING. 

First Premium Teresa Noonan 

Second " May Baxter 

COLORED CRAYON. 

First Premium , Maria Moore 

Second " Emma Sterling 

OIL PAINTING. 

First Premium Jennie Miller 

Second " Ma.-ia Moore 



26 ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 

GERMAN. 

First Premium Fannie Cleary 

Second " Jos'e Cleary 

'j'j^iij " Mary Neville 

FRENCH. 

First Premium Annie Dennehy and Lizzie Kehoe 

Second " Sarah Gillan and Vira Howard 

LINEN EMBROIDERY. 

First Premium Annie Dennehy 

Second " F. Cleary and M. Mahoney 

BRAIDING. 

First Premium Maggie Weadley 

Second " Mary Sanders 

SILK EMBROIDERY. 

First Premium Jennie Miller 

Second " Aimie McGordon 

LACE WORK. 

A Gold Thimble Sarah Gillan 

Second Premium Nellie Hackley 

PLAIN SEWING. 

First Premium Lena Lowenberg 

Second " Annie Green 

Tapestry Jennie Corrigan 

Raised Work Lizzie Thumser 

Crochet Lizzie Skinner 






ST. xavier's academy. 


27 


Voted 

) 


FOR. Application 


D 


URiNG THE Whole Yeak. 


Tessie Noonan, 


Annie Cleary, 


May Baxter, 


Lizzie Kehoe, 


Josie Cleary, 


Mar}' Donnelly, 


Vira Howard, 


Fannie Cleary, 


Johanna Sanders, 


Annie Dennehv, 


Maggie Mahone}-, 


Katie Farrell, 


Jennie Miller, 


Mary Thompson, 


Minnie Organ, 


Ella Webb, 


Hetlie Combs, 


Katie Man ley, 


Mary Neville, 


Sarah Hickey, 


Lizzie Thumser, 


Lizzie Skinner, 


Mary Higgins, 


Mary Corcoran, 


Lizzie McMahon, 


Hannah Broderick, 


Katie Curley, 


Nellie Hackley, 


Nellie Nolan, 


Esther Leopold. 


NOTED FOR 


BEING OBLIGING AT ALL TIMES. 


Lizzie Kehoe, 


Annie Dennehy, 


Teresa Noonan, 


Vira Howard, 


Lena Lowenberg, 


Johanna Dorney, 


Annie Clearj, 


Josie Cleary, 


Fannie Cleary, 


Jennie Miller, 


Ella Webb,' 


Maggie Mahony, 


Maria Moore, 


Ada Smith, 


Emma Sterling, 


Mary Thompson, 


Mary McDonnell, 


Lizzie Skinner, 


Sarah Hickey, 


Annie Callahan, 


Annie O'Brien, 


Hanna Broderick, 


Mary Neville, 


Lizzie McMahon, 


Mary Curley, 


Mary Norfolk, 


Mary Donnelly, 


May Baxter, 


Minnie Organ, 


Johanna Sanders, 


Lizzie Thumser, 


Mary Corcoran, 
FOR IMPROVEMENT 


Katie Farrell. 


Ella Leddy, 


Mattie Tippet, 


Bessie Brennan, 


Lillian McAfterty, 


Julia Coleman, 


Minnie Johnson, 


Josie Smith, 


Bertha Mergentheim, 


Mamie Brennan, 


Mamie Foot, 


Lillie Carroll, 
FOR NEATNESS. 


Flora Heidwyer, 


Mamie Bonfield, 




Flora Lindauer. 




[xamifiatjon, Scholarsliip aod Deportment Hvenges, 



FIRST SESSION. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

Marie Tourtelot 

iVIaggie Weadley 

Sarah Gillan 

FIRST SENIOR CLASS. 

Teresa Noonan 

Annie Denneh y 

Lizzie Kelioe 

Annie Cleary 

Vira Howard , 

Josie Cleary 

Fannie Clear v 

Ella Webb..: 

Maggie Mahoney 

Jennie Miller 

Mary Sanders 

Johanna Dorney 

Emma Sterling 

SECOND SENIOR CLASS. 

Maria Moore 

Marv McDonnell 

Marv Thomson 

Hettie Combs 

Hannah Broderick 

Sarah Mickey 

Annie Callahan 

Mamie Higgins 

Jennie Conley 

Agnes Mc Alirey 

Mary Nevdle . . 

Emma Lovvenberg 

Lizzie Skinner 

THIRD CL.\SS— First Division. 

Katie Curley Promoted 

Lizzie McMahon 

Maggie Martin " 

Mary Norfolk 

Alice Brazier " 

Annie O'Brien 

Ida Cla vburgh 

Dora Dole ^ 

Emma Hock 

Jessie Grundy 



Ex.Av.'Sdi. 



96 
94 



99 

97 

97 
96 

96 
96 

95 

9.=5 

94 

93 

91 
9D 

90 

9.=; 

94 
9.^ 
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80 
So 

7S 
68 



92 
88 

87 
87 
S.=5 
84 

84 
82 
80 
80 



. Av. 


Dept.Av. 


97 


95 


96 


9.S 


9^ 


97 


96 


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9.=; 


98 


93 


ICX) 


94 


100 


94 


100 


9.=; 


100 


95 


1 00 


93 


9.5 


93 


95 


91 


95 


9^ 


95 


90 


100 


9T 


95 


90 


90 


90 


90 


96 


90 


96 


75 


93 


95 


9^ 


95 


89 


93 


90 


89 


83 


89 


80 


70 


S9 


90 


87 


91 


81 


95 


94 


100 


94 


100 


9- 


95 


90 


91 


89 


84 


90 


99 


89 


80 


91 


84 


84 




70 



84 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



29 



THIRD CLASS— First Division— Continued. 

Henrietta Hearse v Not Examined 

Jennie Corrigan " 

Bell McCurdy " 

Lizzie Mahony " 

Maggie Conners " 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

Johanna Sanders Promoted 

'May Baxter " 

Mal-y Cassidy " 

Maggie Conroy " 

Annie Green " 

Katie Farrell . " 

Annie McGordon " 

Eliza Beebe ^ " 

Minnie Organ " 

Ida Kuehne " 

Mary Donnelly " 

Mary Delaney" " 

Katie Manlev " 

Maude Fuller " 

Lottie Mason 

Annie McGordon 

Lena Lovvenberg 

Minnie McFarland Not Examined 

Jennie Tallman " 

Sarah Spellman " 

Beckie Sihernian . " 

Emilv Lippincott " 

Ida Fuller " 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

Ida Evans Promoted 

Lizzie Thumser " 

Annie Cummings " 

Ida Kurtz " 

Rosella Jauriett 

Mary Cudahy 

Olive Hyde 

Nellie Hackley 

Jennie Christie 

Nellie Green 

Mary Quirk 

Annie Levden 

Eva Merritt • 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Mary Corcoran Promoted 

Delia Flemming " 

Lavinia Thomson '' 

Cora Marsh " 

Katie Kelly 

Viola H unter 

Lizzie Lawlon 

Aggie Tray nor 

Lizzie Cudahy 

Mary Creed , 

Kate Klassen , 

Eliza Westgarth 

Mamie Green 



Ex.Av. 


Sch. Av. 


Dept.Av 


84 


So 




89 


9.S 




84 


9S 




88 


9S 




83 


95 


8,3 


92 


100 


87 


92 


I GO 


86 


90 


96 


86 


91 


89 


ss 


88 


60 


s.s 


89 


100 


84 


90 


9.S 


8,3 


87 


78 


8,3 


90 


95 


8.3 


90 


90 


8.3 


90 


98 


83 


87 


79 


83 


87 


91 


8,3 


84 


70 


81 


81 


70 


81 


87 


9,S 


80 


84 


8.S 




79 


70 




85 


100 




92 


98 




90 


97 




83 


97 




91 


98 


88 


85 


86 


87 


90 


100 


86 


8,S 


SO 


84 


85 


80 


80 


84 


81 


80 


89 


90 


80 


89 


82 


80 


84 


80 


79 


79 


8,=; 


78 


82 


60 


78 


82 


78 


78 


81 


94 




90 


86 


87 


91 


93 


81 


8S 


70 


81 


83 


60 


80 


86 


85 


81 


79 


50 


80 


81 


7S 


79 


8,3 


92 


79 


86 


80 


79 


84 


8.=; 


79 


83 


8.^ 


79 


79 


90 


79 


80 


98 


79 


83 


80 



30 



ST. XAVIER -S ACADEMY. 



FOURTH CLASS— Second Division— Continued. 

Maggie Marsh 

Nellie Weadlev 

Stella Bonfield' 

Ada Boyles •. 

Marv Stinger Not Examined 

Fannie Huchberger " 

Merta Trowbridge " 

Gail Catlin 

FIFtTH CLASS— First Division. 

Anastasia Ciimmings 

Nellie Nolan 

Nellie Conley 

Annie Barnard 

Julia Cleary 

Mary Le yden 

Annie Thomson 

Mary Snowell 

Jessie Beckett 

Katie Welch 

Nora Creed 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Ida Osier Promoted 

Julia Gardener " 

Mai-y de Campi " 

Mary Spies 

Mary Enwright 

Esther Leopold 

Millie Boswell 



Ex. Av. 



Ettie Enwright Not Examined 

Annie Smith '' 

SIXTH CLASS. 

Minnie Conners Promoted 

Jennie Maher " 

Annie de Campi " 

Katie Shanley " 

Nora Levden " 

Cora Simpson " 

Mary O'Connell 

Teme Thomson " 

Nettie Howard " 

Katie Green 

Ada Beauchamp 

Bessie Doll 

Minnie Kelly 

Lvilu Keogli Not Examined 

Bessie Mattocks " 

Ella Harris 

Hanna Lippincott , " 

LiUie Roberts 

SEVENTH CLASS. 

Nellie Grant Promoted 

Clara Cudahy " 

Mary INIahoney " 

Nellie MoUoy" " 

Maggie Murphy " 

Winnie Kennedy " 

Sarah O'Callahan " 

Marv Auwerda Not Examined 



79 

78 

77 
76 



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95 

94 

93 

93 
92 

92 
92 

91 
90 
90 

90 

94 
9^ 
89 
86 
86 
86 



95 

94 

93 

93 

93 

91 

91 
90 

90 

89 

84 
S3 

82 



SS 

S7 
87 
86 
86 
86 

85 



Sch. Av. 


Dept.A?. 


86 


95 


81 


70 


82 


70 


79 


70 


S3 


98 


80 


92 


84 


85 


79 


50 


89 


95 


90 


80 


S3 


90 


87 


99 


94 


90 


85 


94 


82 


89 


92 


95 


82 


90 


S5 


90 


85 


96 


85 


90 


79 


90 


78 


80 


82 


93 


79 


7^ 


79 


99 


79 


70 


79 


98 


77 


90 


95 


94 


90 


94 


85 


99 


89 


80 


94 


96 


89 


80 


85 


90 


90 


94 


8S 


80 


85 


80 


80 


90 


75 


90 


82 


80 


81 


ss 


84 


89 


83 


89 


84 


80 


85 


80 


80 


80 


88 


80 


84 


60 


86 


90 


8S 


80 


83 


89 


87 


80 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



31 



EIGHTH CLASS. 

Mary As^new Promoted 

Mairiie IBonlield " 

Nellie Wilson " 

Katie Dalton " 

Pearl Backus " 

Flora Lindauer " 

Annie Downs " 

Blanche Havens " 

Nellie Murph j Absent 

Katie Auwerda " 

PRIMER CLASS. 

Ella Leddy 

Bertha Mergentheim 

Flora Heidmeyer : 

Minnie Johnson 

Lillie Carroll 

Blanche Davis 



Ei.At. 


Sch. Av. 

78 


«7 


87 


79 


87 


74 


86 


80 


86 


80 


86 


8s 


86 


8s 


85 


74 



Pept.Av. 

82 
89 
89 

89 
88 
88 
90 

78 
80 

82 

8.S 
70 

75 
80 

85 
So 



SECOND SESSION. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 

Marie Toiirtelot 

Maggie Weadley 

Sarah Gillan 

FIRST SENIOR CLASS. 

Teresa Noonan Promoted 

Josie Cleary " 

Fannie Clear v " 

Lizzie Kehoe " 

Annie Cleary ". 

Vira Howard " 

Annie Dennehy " 

Ella Webb ". 

Jennie Miller " 

Emma Sterling " 

Johanna Dorney " 

Macrcrie Mahonev " 

Mary Sanders " 

Maria Moore 

Ada Smith 

SKCOXD CLASS— First Division. 

Mary Thomson Promoted 

Hettie Combs " 

Sarah Hickey " 

Mary Higgins " 

Katie Curler " 

Mamie Plijjgins " 

Hannah Broderick " 

Mary McDonnell... " 

Jennie Conley " 

Annie Callahan " 

Lizzie Tighe " 

Agnes O'Brien " 



h. Av 


Sch. Av. 


98 


96 


94 


94 


93 


91 


98 
97 


97 
96 


97 


95 


9S 


95 


95 


95 


94 


95 
96 


92 


94 


92 


92 


91 


92 


90 


94 


90 


94 


90 
80 


93 
90 




95 



96 


97 


94 


97 


92 


95 


93 


94 


9^ 


95 


91 


90 


91 


95 


88 


84 


89 


89 


85 


84 


85 


84 


85 


84 



Vpt.Av 

95 
95 
95 

100 
98 
96 
100 
98 
95 
95 
95 
95 
95 
100 
90 
90 
90 
96 

98 

75 
98 

98 
98 
60 
98 
96 
6; 
89 

89 
89 



32 



ST. XAVIER .S ACADEMY. 



SECOND CLASS— Second Division. 

Marv Neville Promoted 

Nellie Wilder " 

Genevieve Higgins " 

Annie O'Brien " 

Lizzie Skinner " 

Katie McGee " 

Lizzie McMahon " 

Mary Norfolk " 

Alice Brazier 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

Dora Dole Promoted 

Bell McCurdy 

May Baxter " 

INLiry Donnelly : 

Eliza Beebe 

Johanna Sanders 

Katie Farrell 

Jessie Grand v 

Minnie Organ 

Mary Delany 

Maggie Conroy 

Emma Hock 

Lizzie Peake 

Emtna Kuehne 

Marv Cassidv 

Maud Fuller 

Katie Manlev Absent 

Nelhe McGordon 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

Annie McGordon 

Ida Evans Promoted 

Annie Green.... " 

Lizzie Thumser _ " 

Lena Lowenberg " 

Annie Cummings 

Ida Kurtz 

Lottie Mason 

Jennie Tallman 

Minnie McFarland Absent 

'fOLRTH CLASS-First Division. 

Nellie Hackley Promoted 

Mary Corcoran " 

Cora Marsh " 

Olive Hyde " 

Rosella Jauriet " 

Delia Fleming " 

Nellie Green 

Annie Levden 

Mary Cudahy 

Jennie Christie 

Lavinia Thomson 

Mary Quirk 

Mary Bennett Not Examined 



Ex. Af. 

89 

89 
88 

87 

84 
86 

87 
84 
68 

89 
88 
91 

91 

86 

86 

8.S 
84 
84 
82 
81 
80 
80 

79 
78 

78 



78 
86 

84 
84 

83 

83 
80 

79 



90 

89 
85 
85 
83 
83 
81 
81 
81 

79 

78 
78 



Sch. Av. 

96 

93 
91 

88 

85 

94 
96 

82 

93 
90 

9.=; 

93 
92 
93 
92 
91 
89 
88 

87 
8.S 

87 
88 

87 
83 
89 

85 

87 
86 

90 

92 
88 
86 
86 
90 
83 



90 

91 
90 
90 
89 

87 
84 

83 
89 
80 

85 
84 



Dcpt.Av. 

99 

96 
96 

99 
96 

97 
96 

85 

80 
96 

99 
100 

70 
100 

98 
90 

97 
79 
79 
.so 
70 
8.S 
90 

.SO 
90 

95 

90 

90 I 

.SO 

res r^ 

7.S 
79 

lOO 



8.S 
98 

79 

S.S 
8.S 

85 
.so 

8.S 
8.S 
80 

79 
So 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Aggie Traj'nor Promoted 

Eliza Westgarth " 

Katie Kelly " 

Nellie Cox " 

Viola Hunter " 

Katie Klassen " 

Lizzie Cudahy " 

Maggie Marsh " 

Stetla Bonfield 

Mary Creed 

Gail Catlin 

Nellie Weadley 

Marv Green 

Ada Boyles • 

A'lerta Trowbridge Absent 

Lizzie Lawton " 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

Mary Leyden Promoted 

Julia Clearv " 

Nellie Nolan " 

Nellie Conley " 

Annie Barnard " 

Anastasia Ciunmings " 

Annie Thomson " 

Nora Creed 

Julia Gardiner 

Katie Welch 

Mary de Campi 

_i_Jda (^zier 

_;JVIary Snowell : . . 

Jessie Beckett Absent 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Millie Bosvvell Promoted 

Mary Spies " 

Esther Leopold " 

Mary Enwright " 

_^Jsettie Howard 

Minnie Conners 

-/--Katie Shanley 

Jennie Maher 

Tenie Thomson 

Mary O'Connell 

Nora Leyden 

Emily Huber 

Cora Simpson 

Annie de Campi 

Annie Smith 

Ettie Enwright Absent 

Mary Burke " 

SIXTH CLASS. 

Ada Beauchamp , Promoted 

Minnie Kelly 

Mary O'Donnell 

NelHe Grant " 

Bessie Doll " 

Winnie Kennedy " 



Ex.Av. 


Sch. Av. 


Dept.Ar 


91 


90 


85 


88 


82 


8.- 


88 


86 


79 


-88 


.8q 


6^ 


88 


84 


79 


88 


84 


90 


87 


86 


90 


86 


90 


8s 


s.s 


85 


85 


82 


85 


90 


81 


86 


:o 


81 


84 


85 


80 


86 


85 


70 


80 


79 
89 
90 


93 


95 


89 


91 


91 


90 


91 


9^ 


8s 


90 


95 


80 


«9 


9- 


93 


89 


91 


80 


89 


91 


83 


88 


90 


93 


8S 


87 


88 


8s 


8S 


80 


So 


76 


85 


79 


84 


90 


79 


82 


95 
90 


91 


90 


88 


90 


89 


94 


90 


85 


98 


89 


83 


95 


88 


76 


79 


87 


78 


86 


87 


76 


88 


87 


77 


95 


87 


77 


70 


86 


78 


85 


ss 


79 


89 


82 


77 


80 


81 


77 


80 


78 


75 


83 


7.S 


78 


90 


93 


98 


90 


92 


91 


80 


91 


89 


80 


89 


90 


80 


86 


83 


8s 


86 


85 


80 



34 



ST. xavier's academy. 



SIXTH CLASS— Continued. 

Clara Cudah v Promoted 

Nellie Molloy 

Maggie Murphv 

Lulu Keogh 

Sarah O'Callahan 

Katie Green , 

Minnie Mahonej 

Blanche Arnold 

SEVEXTH CLASS. 

Frouie Watkins Promoted 

Flora Lindauer " 

Annie Downs " 

Josie Smith 

Lillian McAffertv ' ' . * ' 

Mamie Bonfield 

Katie Dalton 

Blanche Havens Absent 

PRIMER CLASS. 

Flora Heidme} er 

Mary Agnew 

Beckie Mergentheim 

Pearl Backus 

Julia Coleman . . . 

Ella Leddy 

Minnie Johnson 

Lillie Carroll 

Blanche Davis 

Mamie Fort ^ 

Mary Brennan 

Bessie Brennan 

Mattie Tippet 

Jessie Warren j 

Marv McCrale I 



Ex.Av 


Sell. Av. 
98 


Dept.iT 


s.s 


90 


84 


81 


80 


82 


84 


80 


82 


8s 


80 


Si 


74 


80 


79 


84 


80 


75 


65 


60 


73 


74 


80 


\ 95 


89 


80 


90 


90 


99 


86 


89 


99 


79 


80 


80 


75 


74 


80 


75 


83 


80 


75 


88 


80 

75 

75 
80 

70 
90 
80 
75 
75 
85 
78 
80 
So 
So 

7'J 
90 

50 





Rules foi\^ the Boarjdei^s 



The pupils should remember that, in an institution of this kind, it 
would be impossible to preserve order without well established Rules; 
and when these Rules are once understood, each young lady should con- 
sider it her duty, not only to observe them strictly, but also to aid her 
companions in doing the same, thereby rendering a inost acceptable 
assistance to her teachers, whose greatest pleasure amongst them, will be 
derived from their assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The first and most important Rule concerns their religious du- 
ties, which all will be required to attend punctnally. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during the 
time allowed for recreation, in the room appointed for that purpose; but 
even during the hours set apart tor recreation, it is never permitted in the 
halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to lea\e the recreation hall, or any room in 
which all are assembled, without permission froni the presiding Sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose 
of safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the Treasurer; also, a// 
jc-vclry\ except a breast pin, pair of ear-rings, and small chain. 

5lh. Borrowing or lending clothing, jevvelrv, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once 
a week. 

7th. The pupils are not allowed to m^Q \'\^\\s' ojtcner than once a 
month. 

Sth. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to ex- 
clude all others, or become remarkable; on the contrary, all should try to 
be sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, especially towards 
new pupils. 

9th. During the recreation hours, no work is permitted that will 
prevent the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the 
mind and preparing it for future study. 



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6 ST. xavier's academy. 



loth. No books brought to the Academy bv the pupils, can be read 
without submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are also 
subject to the inspection ot' the Directress. 

nth. No visits allowed, except at the appointed times, viz: Wed- 
nesday afternoons and Sunday; pupils who wish to give no trouble, should 
be particular to notify their friends of this arrangement, 

1 2th. Personal neatness, and a particular care of books,' toilet arti- 
cles, wearing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as nothing like a 
slovenly appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is careless in 
this respect, must expect to lose all good marks, as well as the respect of 
her companions and teachers. 

13th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms 
during the hours given them for practice, neither should they speak in 
those rooms. 

14th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room, during school or recre- 
ation hours, without special permission 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS FOLLOWS: 

5^2 o'clock, Rise. 

^^)i " Morning Prayers and Mass. 

7 " Breakfast, followed In- Recreation. 

8 " Study. 

9 " Recitation. 

11^ " Dinner and Recreation. 
I2>^ " Study and Recitation. 

4 " Luncheon and Recreation. 

5 " Study. 

6 " Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics). 
dyi " Recreation. 

"&%. " Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective 
dormitories for the night. 




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PROSPECTUS 



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jIlojMDUCTED BY THE ^ISTER? Of <JVIeRCY. 



This Institution, first opened in 1846, is now permanently located on 
the corner of Wabash Avenue and Twenty-Ninth Street, about three 
miles from the centre of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious, and 
well adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected 
with the various sleeping apartments, and the entire building is heated by 
steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to health, 
and those parents and guardians who have patronized the Academy dur- 
ing the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation 
which exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27th, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy 
enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to secure 
order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions, of five months each 
— the first session commencing on the first of September ; the second on 
the first of February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at 
Christmas, when pupils are permitted to visit their parents if they desire 
it. If residents of the city, they are permitted to do so 07ice a 7nonth — 
generally the first Sunday of the month. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends; visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since 
study is necessarily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the 
supervision of the Directress. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention, consist- 
ent with the spirit of a mild, but firm government, is paid to the comtbrt 
of the young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is 
taken to nourish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion 
wliich alone can render education profitable. A^o undue influence is exer- 
cised over the religious opinions o[ non-Catholic pupils; however, for tiie 
sake of order, all are required to conform to the external discipline of the 
Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to 
parents and guardians. 

At the Annual distribution of Premiums, those who have given evi- 
dence of polite and amiable deportment, are crowned by the Rt. Rev. 
Bishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and 
useful education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composition, 
History and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed each 
pupil for Plain and Ornamental Needle Work, Wax Flowers, etc. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those only who take the full 
Academic Course. 

Pupils are receix'ed at all times during the year, their session always 
commencing with the date of their enti-ance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness and etiquette, and all that 
constitutes ladylike deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who 
may be found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the 
latter the Academy is opened at eight o'clock. 

Recitation commences at nine o'clock precisely, and continues until 
three o'clock P. M., with an intermission of three quarters of an hour at 
noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion, de- 
pends in a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they 
should never be encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except in case 
of illness. Parents should, also, see that they attend to evening study 
while at home, as it is useless to expect perfect recitation without private 
stud v. 




ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



RMS 

(For Boarders.) 

Per Session of Five Months, in Advance. 

Board and Tuition, jn English and Music, - $150 

Languages, eacli, « - - - 10 

Oil Painting, ----- 25 

Water Color, - - - - - 25 

Crayon, . . - . - 25 

Harp, - - - - - - 40 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms v(\a.y be made by those sending two or more 
sisters at the same time. 

Books, Stationery, etc., are furnished at the usual retail prices. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, 
suitable for each season. Toilet articles, six towels, four table-napkins, a 
knife and fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, and napkin-ring, two yards of 
carpeting or a rug, two yards black net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 

G::Er^ T E R M S . ,^S:L:) 

(For Oay Scholars.) 

Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

Academic Department. 

English Branches, - - - - $15 

Music, - - - - - 15 

Use of Piano, - - ' - - - 5 

Painting, for the Pupils, - - - 15 

" tor those who do not attend school, - 25 

Crayon, " " " " " " - 25 

" for Pupils, - - - - 15 

Drawing, . . - . - 5 

Intermediate Department. 

English Branches, for Juveniles, - - - 10 

English Branches, for Minims. - - 5 

Music, for Juniors, - - - - 10 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Course of Studies. 



Primary Department — First Division. 

Reading (Third Reader), Orthography (Creery's first Lessons), Gram- 
mar (Brown's first Lessons), Penmanship, Practical Arithmetic (Robin- 
son's Rudiments), Intellectual Arithmetic (Robinson's Primary), Object 
Lessons. 

Second Division. 

Reading (Second and First Readers), Orthography (Creery's first 
Lessons), Penmanship, Practical Arithmetic (Robinson's Rudiments), 
Object Lessons. 

Intermediate Department — First Division. 

Reading (Fifth Reader), Orthographic Dictation, Penmanship, Arith- 
metic (Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar (Brown's Institute), 
Geography (Mitchell's Intermediate), English Composition, General His- 
tory (Parley's), Etiquette, Sacred History, Christian Doctrine, U. S. 

History. 

Second Division. 

Reading (Fourth Reader), Orthography, Penmanship, Arithmetic 
(Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar (Brown's Primary), Geog- 
raphy (Mitchell's Primary), Elemenatry Composition, Etiquette, Sacred 
History, Christian Doctrine. 

Senior Department — First Division. 
Reading (Sixth Reader), Penmanship, Rhetoric and Composition Al- 
gebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, English Literature, 
Botany, Book-Keeping, Astronomy, Ornamental Penmanship, Review of 
Geography and Grammar, Zoology. 

Second Division. 
Reading (Sixth Reader), Orthographic Dictation (Creery's Grammar 
School Speller), Penmanship, Composition, Grammar (Brown's Institute), 
Arithmetic (Robinson's Practical and Mental), Physical Geography (Cor- 
nell's), Sacred History, Familiar Science (Peterson's), Physiology. 



CATALOGUE OF 



r 



UPILS. 



From Sept., 1878, to June, 1879. 



Adams, Lizzie 

Adams, Emma. . . . 
Anthony, Nellie. . . 

Arnst, Lillie 

Baldwin, Lillie. . . . 
Barnard, Annie. . . . 

Bass, Stella 

Barry, Mary 

Baxter, May 

Bennett, Martha... 
Bergeron, Delia. . . 

Bisbey, Katie 

Billings, Hattie . . . 
Boswell, Minnie. . . 

Boyles, Ada. 

Bowen, Maggie. . . . 

Bonfield, Stella 

Bonfield, Mamie. . . 
Broderick, Hannah. 
Brennan, Bessie. . . 
Brennan, Mamie. . , 

Bush, Ada 

Burke, Katie 

Burke, Johanna . . , 

Burke, Mary 

Burke, Nellie .... 
Busalb, Charlotte. . 

Caye, Emma 

Cassidy, Mary .... 
Carroll, Lillie. . . . 
Callahan, Emma. . 
Callahan, Sarah . . 

Catlin, Gail 

Carton, Josie 

Cleary, Annie. . . . 
Cleary, Josie. . . . 



Chicago, 111. 



Bourbonnais, " 
Chicago, " 



Braidwood, " 
Chebanse, " 



Chicago, 



8 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY, 



Collins, Annie 

Conley, Nellie 

Conners, Minnie 

Clay burgh, Jennie. . . , 

Colby, Jennie 

Conroy, Maggie 

Conly, Jennie 

Cotter, Nellie 

Conners, Irene 

Coleman, Julia 

Cudahy, Lizzie 

Cudahy, Mary 

Cudahy, Clara 

Cudahy, Celia 

Curley, Katie 

Cummings, Anastasia. 

Dalton, Katie 

Dennehy, Annie 

Delaney, Nellie 

Derivieres, Annie 

Dole, Dora. . . 

Donnelly, Mary 

Dorney, Johanna 

Dore, Clara 

Dunn, Mary 

Enright, Mary A 

Eliel, Rebecca 

Evans, Ida 

Excell, Leila 

Excell, Evie 

Farrell, Katie 

Farrell, Bessie 

Fallon, Nellie 

Finney, Martha 

Finnegan, Bridget. . . . 

Flanagan, Nellie 

Fleming, Delia 

Foote, Mary 

Foote, Rosie 

Fraatz, Johanna 

Gardner, Julia, 

Geary, Mary 

Gillespie, Rosie 

Germaine, Bell 

Green, Annie 

Green, Nellie 



Chicago, 111. 



Oakland, Cal. 
Chicago, 111. 



Freeport, " 
Chicago, " 



Traverse City, Mich. 
Chicago, 111. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY, 



Green, Mamie 

Green, Katie 

Green, Jane /. 

Hastings, Katie 

Hannegan, Annie 

Heal J, Aggie 

Higgins, Mamie 

Higgins, Genevieve 

Higgins, Mary 

Hickey, Sarah 

Heidmyer, Flora 

Horan, Katie 

Howard, Nettie 

Hughes, Nellie 

Hunter, Viola 

Huber, Emily 

Hyde, Olive B 

Jauriett, Rosella 

Joseph, Celia 

Johnson, Minnie 

Kalstrom, Lizzie 

Kellene, Annie 

Kelly, Katie 

Keenan, Stella 

Keogh, Lulu 

Kehoe, Lizzie 

Klaner, Emma 

Kipley, Josie 

Kurtz, Ida 

Lawnsdale, Nellie 

Leddy, Ella 

Lewis, Maude 

Leopold, Esther . . 

Leyden, Annie 

Leyden, Mary 

Leyden, Nora 

Lindauer, Flora 

Lynch, Nellie 

Maher, Jennie 

Maher, Kittle 

Manley. Katie 

Mahoney, Mary, 

Mason, Lottie 

Mayer, Amelia 

Mathieson, Mary 

Marsh, Cora 



Chicago, 111. 



Courtland, " 
Chicago, 111. 



Indianapolis, Ind. 
Chicago, 111. 



lO 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Marsh, Maggie 

McClure, Maude 

McAfFerty, Lillian. . . 
McGlaughlin, Jessie. 
McDonnell, Mary. . . . 
McFarland, Minnie. . 

McCurdy, Bell 

McPhelin, Katie 

Meehan, Lillie 

Miller, Jennie 

Mergentheim, Bertha 

Moore, Maria 

Murphy, Maggie 

Murphy, Nellie 

Mulloy, Nellie 

Micol, Mamie 

Neville, Mary 

Nolan, Nellie 

Norfolk, Mary 

Noonan, Tessie 

Nute, Mamie 

O'Brien, Agnes 

O'Brien, Annie 

O'Connell, Mary .... 

O'Donnell, Mary 

Organ, Minnie 

Ozier, Ida 

Paradise, Francis. . . . 

Perrin, Addie 

Pretschold, Amelia . . 

Pollard, Mabel 

Phelan, Mary 

Quirk, Mary 

Ralph, Annie 

Redfield, Amie 

Remick, Mabel 

Reindskoff, Julia 

Sanders, Mary 

Sanders, Johanna. . . . 

Stearns, Marie 

Sandmic, Lillie 

Sandmier, Laura 

Sandmier, Annie .... 
Sherwood, Maud .... 

Smith, Ada 

Smith, Annie 



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Sterling, Emma Monroe, Mich. 

Shanley, Katie Chicago, III. 

Snowell, Mary F 

Spies, Mary 

Speck, Annie 

Stearing, Lena Little Falls, N. Y. 

Simpson, Cora Chicago, 111. 

Thompson, Mary 

Thompson, Katie 

Thomas, Permelia J Lincoln, " 

Tighe, Lizzie Hyde Park, " 

Tippett, Mattie Chicago, " 

Traynor, Aggie 

Van Syckle, Susie " 

Watkins, Fruie 

Weadley, Nellie 

Webb, Ella 

Weeks, Jennie " 

Welch, Katie 

Winkler, Jennie 

Woods, Maggie Grand Junction,Tenn. 

Woods, Mattie Chicago, 111. 







IIUNVADY I.AS/CI.O— Overture, - - - Jac?;son. 

Misses J. Miller, T. Noonan, A. Cleary, M. Sanders, E. Sterling, 

L. TiGHE, J. Carton, M. Moore. 

Organ, G. Higgins. 

WELCOME CHORUS, - - Words by Miss L. Kehoc. 

Accompanied by Miss L. Kurtz. 



=f5 ^ L TJ T^T O -EL !£.' 

Miss T. Noonan. 



CHARGE DU REGIMENT, . _ _ - Wells. 

Misses A. Green, D. Bergeron, J. Sanders, L. Arnst, E. Excell, 
S. BoNFiELD, M. Falsbert, K. F.vrrell. 

THE INDIAN'S REVENGE -Original Poem, - Miss L. C. Keiioe. 

LES GLANENSES— Trio, - - - ClaJ>isson. 

Misses M. Sanders, A. Cleary, S. Hickey. Acc'd by Miss E. Sterling. 

KINDNESS— Essay, - - - Miss A. Dennehy. 

WEDDING MARCH, .... Bissell. 

Misses A. Bush, M. A. Enright, A. Cummings, V. Hunter, 

" N. Conley, L. Kalstkom, S. Keenan, K. Siianley, 

" C. Simpson, K. Welsh, A. Smith, N. Green. 

MEMORY'S URN— Essay, - - - Miss J. Cleary. 

AVE MARIA— Vocal Duet, - - - Merca<lante. 

Misses M. Moore and G. Higgins. Acc'd by Miss H. Broderick. 

Le depart, ..... Streabbog. 

Misses J. Clay-burgh, M. Steele, J. Osier, F. Watkins, E. Klaner, 
K. Kelly, M. O'Donnell, M. Conners. 

NO SHAMROCK TO WEAR— Original Poem, written for St. Patrick's Day, 1S79. 

Miss A. Cleary. 
L'IRLANDE, ..... Fantasia. 

Misses L. Cudahy, A. Boyles, R. Gillespie, A. Hannegan, 
G. Catlin, M. Cudahy, N. Weadley, L. Mason. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 1 3 

SUNSHINE— Essay, .... Miss A. Smith. 

CARNIVAL DE VENICE— Vocal Solo, - - Benedict. 

Miss H. Broderick. Accompanied by Miss A. Dennehv. 

GOLDEN STAR WALTZ, - - - Streabbog. 

Misses N. Howard, M. Mlrphy, L. Sandmier, N. Mulloy. 

HONOR'S REWARD— Original Poem, - - Miss E. Webb. 

TANNHAEUSER- Instrumental Solo, - - Liszt. 

Miss A. Dennehv. 

CONSTANTINE'S CROSS— Original Poem, blank verse, - Miss J. Dorney. 

JUNIOR CHORUS, - - Accompanied by Miss E. Webb. 

IMPRESSIONS— Essay, - ■ Miss M. Sanders. 

MIGNON— Vocal Solo, - - - Thomas. 

Miss A. Dennehy. Accompanied by Miss H. Broderick. 

THE WORLD A STAGE— Essay, - - Miss E. Sterling 

Le trot du CAVALIER, - - - SpindUr. 

Misses M. Neville, J. McGlaughlin, N. Hughes, N. Delaney, 

E. Callahan, A. Thomas, J. Colby, N. Lynch. 

SCHOOL LIFE and LIFE'S SCHOOL— Essay, - Miss J. Miller. 

Q.UAXDO FRA GENERA— Vocal Trio, - - Campana. 

Misses M. Norfolk, J. Carton, D. Dole. Acc'd By Miss H. Broderick. 

SALUT A PESTH— March Hongroise, - - KoivaUki. 

Misses I. Kurtz, E. Webb, M. Norfolk, M. Higgins, H. Broderick, 
A. Dknnehy, D. Dole, S. Hickey. 

FAREWELL TO St. XAVIER'S, - - By the Graduates. 

GOOD-BYE CHORUS, - - - Young Ladies. 

Accompanied by Miss M. Higgins. 



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The following joung ladies drew for the Medal : 

ELLA WEBB, ADA SMITH, HANNAH BRODERICK, 

MARY SANDERS, JOSIE CLEAR Y, SARAH HICKEY. 



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CHICAGO. 

The following drew for the Medal : 

Teresa Nooxan, Mary Thompson, Annie O'Brien, 

Annie Cleary, Lizzie Tighe, Genevieve Higgins, 

Martha Bennett, Johanna Sanders, Mary Donnelly, 

Julia Mahoney, Mary Cudahy, Lillie Sandmier. 



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The following drew for the Medal : 

LIZZIE KEHOE, MARY THOMPSON, NELLIE FLANAGAN, 
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J^zss ']\£cb-ry j/S. G-ecLTy, 
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Miss 


Johanna Sanders, 


" Lizzie Tighe, 






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Mary Barry, 


" Mary Donnelly, 






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Nellie Murphy, 


" Hannah Broderick, 






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JiLiA Mahoney, 


" Martha Bennett, 






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Mamie Greex, 


" Delia Bergeron, 






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RosiE Gillespie, 


" Annie Hannegan, 






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LiLLiE Sandmier, 


" Clara Dore, 






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Laira Sandmier, 


" Mabel Remick, 






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Annie Sandmier, 


" Agnes O'Brien, 






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Esther Leopold. 


iSiiECO^VD CRO^^V>rS. 


Miss Nellie Flanagan, 






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iss Mary Neville, 


" Mary Norfolk, 








" Nellie Hl'ghes, 


" Genevieve Higgins, 








" Annie O'Brien, 


" Stella Bass, 








" Nellie Lynch, 


" Katie Farrell, 








" Lillie Arnst, 


" Annie Collin.s, 








" Annie Ralph, 


" AnASTASIA ClMMINGS, 








" Nellie Burke, 


" Mary Spies, 








" Mary Snowell, 


Miss 


Marie 


Stearns 





^iEPP(EMraM3* 



READING. 

The Gold Medal Annie Dennehj 

First Premiums Ella Webb and Mary Sanders 

" " Ada Smith and Tessie Noonan 

Second " Josie Cleary 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Hannah Broderick and Sarah Hickey 

Second " Mary Geary 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Dora Dole 

Second " Stella Bass 

Third " Annie O'Brien 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Ida Evans and Emma Callahan 

Second " Oliye Hyde and Lottie Mason 

Third " Jenny Colby 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Eyie Excell 

Second " Katie Hastings 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Katie Kelly 

Second " Ada Boyles 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Anastasia Cummings 

Second " Katie Welch, Lizzie Kalstrom 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Nettie Howard 

Second " Julia Gardner 

Third " Minnie Conners and Mary Enright 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Nellie Leyden 

Second " Minnie Kell}' 

SIXTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Mary Mahoney 

Second " Katie Green 



22 ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 

SIXTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Bessie Brennan and Annie Sandmier 

Second " Lillian McAfferty 

Third " Nellie Leddy 

PENMANSHIP. 

ORNAMENTAL. 
First Premium — Gold Pen . . Mary Sanders 

Second " Annie Dennehy 

PLAIN. 

First Premium — Gold Pen Tessie Noonan 

Second " ^ Nellie Hughes 

Third " Ada Smith 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium — Gold Pen Johanna Sanders 

Second " Martha Bennett 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Millie Boswell 

Second " Emma Klaner 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Cora Simpson and Julia Gardner 

Second " Esther Leopold 

Third " Mary Enright 

GRAMMAR. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Dora Dole 

Second " Nellie Flanagan 

Third " Nellie Hughes 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Amelia >Liyer 

Second " Emma Callahan and Katie Manley 

Third " Nellie Delaney 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Quirk 

Second >' Delia Bergeron 

Third " Katie Kelly 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Conley 

Second " .... Clara Dore 

Third " Annie Ralph 

FIFTH CLASS— Object Lessons. 

First Premium Mary O'Connell 

Second " Ida Osier 

Third " Mary Spies 



ST. xavier's academy. 23 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

SECOND CLASS. 
Gold Medal Nellie Hughes 

Second Premium Mary Norfolk 

Third " Nellie Lynch 

SECOND CLASS— Etymology. 
First Premium Stella Bass 

Second " Dora Dole 

Third " Genevieve Higfgins 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 
First Premium Annie Green 

Second " Nellie Murphy 

Third " Jane Green 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 
First Premium Julia Mahonev 

Second " Maggie Marsh 

Third " Annie Collins 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 
First Premium Mamie Green 

Second •' Viola Hunter 

Third " Lizzie Cudahy 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 
First Premium Nellie Nolan 

Second " Laura Sandmier 

Third " Mary Leyden 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 
First Premium Jtilia Gardner 

Second " .... Katie Shanley and Ida Osier 

Third " Mary O'Donnell 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 
First Premium Minnie Kelly 

Second " Mary Burke 

SIXTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Sarah O'Callahan and Mabel Remick 

Second " Maggie Murphy and Fluie Watkins 

Third " .' Nellie Mulloy 

SIXTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium . . .Annie Sandmier and Julia Coleman 

Second " Mary Stearns 

Third " Lillian McAfferty and Katie Dalton 

SEVENTH CLASS. 
First Premium Mary Dunn 

Second " Mattie Tippett 

MATHEMATICS. 

ARITHMETIC-FiKST Class. 

Gold Medal Lizzie C. Kehoe 

First Premium Nellie Flanagan 

Josie Cleary 

Second " Mary Geary 

Third " Marv McDonnell 



24 ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 

SECOND CLA,SS. 

First Premium Martha Bennett 

Second " Genevieve Higgins 

Third " Johanna Sanders 

THIKD CL.\SS. 
First Premium Rosie Gillespie 

Second " Emma Callahan 

Thn-d " Evie Excell 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 
First Premium Jenny Colby 

Second " Annie Hannegan 

Third " Nellie Weadley 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 
First Premium Lizzie Cudahy 

Second " Jessie McGlaughlin 

Third " Jennie Clayburgh 

FTFTH CL.\SS— First Division. 
First Premium Mary Spies 

Second •' Mary Snovvell 

Third " Mary O'Connell 

FIFTH CLASS— .Second Division. 
First Premium Katie Thompson 

Second " Celia Cudahy 

Third " Mary Burke 

ALGEBRA. 

Gold Medal Nellie Flanagan 

First Premium Josie Cleary 

Second " Mary Thompson and Lizzie Kehoe 

Third " Agnes O'Brien 

SECOND CL.\SS. 
First Premium Mary McDonnell and Sarah Hickey 

Second " Mary Higgins and May Baxter 

GEOMETRY. 

First Premium Josie Cleary 

Second " Tessie Noonan 

HLSTORY. 

GRADUATE CLASS— Modern Histoky. 

First Premium Lizzie Kehoe 

Second " Annie and Josie Cleary 

Third " Johanna Dorney and Ada Smith 

FIRST CLASS— Ancient Histoky. 

First Premium Mary Geary and >Lary Thompson 

Second " Maria Moore and Agnes O'Brien 

Third " Lizzie Tighe and Mary Barry 

SECOND CLASS— U. S. History. 
First Premium Leila Excell 

Second " May Baxter 

Third " ^larv Norfolk 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 25 

THIRD CLASS— General History. 

First Premium , Martha Bennett and Olive Hyde 

Second " Amelia Thomas and Lottie Mason 

Third " Katie Farrell 

COMPOSITION. 

GRADUATE CLASS— Prose. 

First Premium Tessie Noonan 

Second " Ella Webb 

Third " Jennie Miller 

POETRY. 

First Premium Lizzie Kehoe 

Second " Annie Cleary 

Third " Hannah Dorney 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Thompson 

Second " Maria Moore and Hannah Broderick 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Stella Bass 

Second " Mary Neville 

Third " ' Mary Donnelly 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Amelia Mayer 

Second " Katie Farrell 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Cora Marsh 

Second " Maggie Marsh 

BIBLE HISTORY. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie Tighe and Maria Moore 

Second " Agnes O'Brien and Mary Barry 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Neville 

Second " Annie O'Brien 

Third " Mary Donnelly 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Stella Bonfield and Julia Mahony 

Second " Lillie Arnst 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

Gold Medal Josie Cleary 

First Premium Tessie Noonan and Annie Cleary 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Thompson and Lizzie Tighe 

Second " Mary Barry 



26 ST. xavier's academy. 



SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Donnelly 

Second " , Nellie Hughes 

Third " Johanna Sanders 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Nellie Murphy 

Second " Martha Bennett 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Mary Cudahy and Aggie Traynor 

Second " LUlie Arnst 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Lillie Sandmier 

Second " Mamie Green 

Third " Rose Gillespie 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Burke 

Second " Annie Smith 

Third " Martha Finney 

INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY. 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Mary Cudahy and Aggie Traynor 

Second " Cora Marsh and Stella Bonfield 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium INIamie Green 

Second " Annie Hannagan 

PRIMARY GEOGRAPHY. 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Nellie Nolan 

Second " Laura Saiidmier 

Third " Mary Leyden 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 
First Premium Ida Ozier and Nellie Burke 

Second " Stella Keenan 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 
First Premium Clara Cudahy 

Second " Ada Bush 

Third " Katie Thompson 

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 
First Premium Annie Cleary and Ella Webb 

Second " Johanna Dorney and Annie Dennehy 

Third " .Jennie Miller and Emma Sterling 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Katie Manley 

Second " Mary Donnelly 

Third " ^^-^ Evans 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 27 



ASTRONOMY. 

First Premium Annie Dennehy and Lizzie Kehoe 

Second " Ada Smith and Joiianna Doi nej 

Third " Ella Webb and Annie Clearj 

ZOOLOGY. 

First Premium Ada Smith and Emma Sterling 

Second " Ella Webb and Jennie Miller 

Third " Annie Dennehy and Mary Sanders 

CHEMISTRY. 

First Premium Josie Cleary and Johanna Dorney 

Second " Tessie Noonan and Lizzie Kehoe 

Third " Ada Smith and Emma Sterling 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

First Premium Lizzie Kehoe 

Second " Tessie Noonan 

Third " Josie Cleary and Ella Webb 

RHETORIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Hannah .Broderick and Mary Thompson 

Second " Sarah Hickey and Mary McDonnell 

Third " Agnes O'Brien 

LITERATURE. 

First Premium Mary McDonnell and Mary Higgins 

Second " Sarah Hickey and Agnes O'Brien 

Third " Lizzie Tighe 

BOTANY. 

First Premium Mary Geary and Agnes O'Brien 

Second " .' Mary Higgins and Maria Moore 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Neville 

Second " Dora Dole 

Third " Annie O'Brien 

MENDING AND DARNING. 

A Silver Thimble Annie Green 

The followixg drew for the Thimble : 

Nellie Flanagan, Delia Bergei'on, 

Johanna Sanders, Mary Burke, 

Martha Bennett, Nellie Weadley. 



28 


ST. x.wier's academy. 




Gold Medal 


MUSIC. 
FIRST CLASS. 


. . Annie Dennehv 


Gold Medal 




Hn.nnn.h Rroderirlc 


Second Premium. . . 




ATarv Nnrfnllv 


Third 

First Premium 


Mary Higgins and Ida Kurtz 

Nellie Flanagan and Sarah Hickev 

SECOND DIVISIOX. 
, . .A nnip Clenrv 


Second " 

Third " 


.Jennie 


Miller and Josie Carton 
Marv Sanders 


First Premium 


SECOND CLASS. 


Dora Dole 


Second " 

First Premium 


THIRD CLASS. 


Teresa Noonan 

Rosie Gillisnie 


Second " 




Li77ie C^udnhv 


Third " 




Annie Hanneffan 


First Premium 


FOURTH CLASS. 


Ada Bovles 


Second " 




Nellie Conlev 


Third " 




ISIarv Stpplf 


First Premium 

Second " 


SECOXD DI\'ISIOX. 


. . Anastasia Cummings 
. . . . .Fruie \Vatkins 


First Premium .... 
Second " 


DRAWING. 


Mary Thompson 

Lizzie Tio"he 


First Premivnn ... . 


CRAYON PAINTING 


Annie Clearv 


Second " 


* 


Emma Sterlinor 


Landscapes 


OIL PAINTING. 


Jennie Miller 


Heads 




Maria Moore 


First Premium. ... 


GERMAN. 


Marv Neville 


Second " 




^larv Norfolk 


First Premium 


FRENCH. 


Tjizzie Kehnp 


Second " 

Third " 


Annie CI par V 


Fourth " 




.Ada Rnvlps 





ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 2(J 

LACE WORK. 

Silver Thimble Lizzie Kehoe 

Nellie Delaney 

Chenille Work Mary Sanders 

Silk Embroidery Emma Sterling 

Tapestry Jennie Miller 

Cotton Embroideey Mary Quick and Annie Green 

BRAIDING. 

Silver Thimble Stella Bonfield 

Second Premium Gail Catlin 

PLAIN SEWING. 

Silver Thimble Mary Quirk 

Second Premium Annie Green 

IMPROVEMENT. 
Bessie Farrell, Amie Redfield, 

Nellie Cotter, Charlotte Bussalb, 

Mary Johnson, Jennie Wicks, 

Bertha Mergentheim. 




Bxamination, Scholarship, and ^cportmcnt 



^^'VEISA.G-'ES 



FIRST SESSION. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 

Tessie Noonan 

Annie Dennehv 

Ella Webb '. 

Josie Cleary 

Lizzie Kehoe 

Annie Cleary 

Mary Sanders 

Ada Smith 

Johanna Dorney 

Jennie Miller 

Emma Sterling 

Lizzie Adams 

FIRST CLASS. 

Mary Thompson 

Mary McDonnell 

Mamie Higgins 

Maria Moore 

Mary Geary 

Katie Curley 

Sarah Hickey 

Agnes O'Brien 

Lizzie Tighe 

Genevieve Conley 

Hannah Broderick 

SECOND CLASS. 

Mary Neville 

Nellie Flanagan 

Genevieve Higgins 

Annie O'Brien 

Dora Dole 

Mary Norfolk 

Stella Bass ■. 

Nellie Hughes 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

Mary Donnelly Promoted 

May Baxter. .'. " 

Johanna Sanders " 

Minnie Organ " 

Maggie Conroy " 

Mary Cassidy 

Katie Manley 



Enm. Ar. 


Scbol. At. 


9^H 


97 


98 ^ -7 


97 


96 1-6 


94 


94^-7 


96 


94 


98 


9347 


9S 


933-7 


91 


93 


94 


92 6-7 


96 


91 


92 


90 


91 


absent 


84 


9.S 


9=; 


93 


91 


92 


91 


91 


91 


91 


93 


9^ 


9.S 


90 


93 


90 


91 


90 


90 


«.S 


91 


absent 


92 


89 


91 


88 


90 


86 


88 


84 


91 


83 


90 


83 


88 


80 


90 


77 


90 


93 


93 


92 


96 


87 


93 


86 


89 


83 


89 


80 


86 


78 


90 



Dep'tAv. 

95 
95 
95 
95 
98 

95 
95 
98 
100 
95 
95 

TOO 



90 
89 
70 
90 
89 
lOO 

89 

100 
100 

70 

100 

90 

100 

90 

99 
70 
85 
98 
98 

100 

97 

100 

90 

60 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



31 



THIRD CLASS -First Division. Continued. 

Nellie Delanej 

Annie Green 

Ida Evans 

Ida Kurtz 

Jennie Colby 

Katie Farrell 

Amelia Mayer Not examined 

TRIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

Johanna Burke Promoted 

Martha Bennett " 

Emma Callahan " 

Delia Fleming " 

Lottie Mason " 

Olive Hyde 

Bridget Finegan 

Annie Collins 

LiUie Arnst 

Rosella Jauriett 

Katie Burke 

Annie Levden 

Mabel Pollard 

E vie Excell 

Katie Hastings 



Cora Marsh. 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

Mary Cudahy Promoted 

Aggie Travnor " 

Marv QuiVk " 



Maggie Marsh. . 
Stella Bonfield... 
Lizzie Cudahy. . . 
Nellie Weadley. . 
Viola Hunter. . . . 

Nellie Green 

Delia Bergeron. . 

Katie Kelly 

Addie Perrin . . . . 
Annie Hannegan. 
Annie Ralph . . . 
Clara Dore 



Ex. At. 


Schol. 4t. 


77 


86 


76 


89 


7.S 


«7 


74 


«7 


absent 


86 


' u 


86 


93 


94 


90 


95 


«.s 


93 


«4 


90 


«3 


91 


«3 


^7 


79 


90 


79 


88 


79 


«7 


ab sent 


S.S 


(( 

LL 


91 



FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Gail Catlin Promoted 

Mamie Green " 

Lillie Sandmier " 

Rosie Gillespie " 

Ada Boyles 

Mary Levden 

Nellie Nolan 

Annie Barnard 

Anastasia Cumminsrs 



Maggie Woods. 
Nellv Conlev. . 



Katie Bisbey 

Jennie Clayburgh. 
Lizzie Kalstrom. . . 



89 

88 

S7 
87 
83 
82 
82 
82 
81 
81 
81 
80 
78 
78 
ab sent 

88 
86 

84 
84 

83 

82 

79 
78 
78 
76 
78 

7.=; 



0/ 
8.=; 

86 
86 

85 

93 
93 
94 
95 
86 

89 
8+ 

89 
91 
91 

88 

84 
82 

84 
86 

93 
96 

94 
94 

86 

88 

87 
86 

95 
78 

91 

82 

78 



Pept.Av. 

70 
60 
60 
70 
80 
So 



88 
97 
94 
75 
60 

81 
94 

94 
90 

85 
96 

88 

80 

So 

90 

70 

90 

95 

97 

100 

74 
9^ 

85 
60 
60 

100 
70 

100 

95 

So 

100 

60 
100 
100 

98 
70 

88 

82 

100 

95 
87 

71 
95 

78 



o- 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

Katie Welch Promoted 

Laura Sandniier " 

INIillie Boswell 

Julia Gardner 

Mar}' F. Snowell 

Mary Spies 

Esther Leopold 

Cora Simpson 

Katie Shanley 

Mary Enright 

Ida Ozier 

Celia Joseph 

Johanna Fraatz 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Mary O'Connell Promoted 

Mar'y O'Donnell 

Minnie Conners " 

Marji' Burke 

Clara Cudahy 

Ada Bush .." 

Emily Huber 

Nora Leyden 

Katie Thompson 

Lillic Baldwin 

Jennie Maher 

Francis Paradise 

SIXTH CLASS. 

Katie Green 

Mary Mahoney 

Nellie Mulloy 

Sarah O'Callahan 

Maggie Murphy 

Fluie Watkins 

Susie Van Syckle 

Laura Keogh 

Mabel Remick 

Flora Lindauer 

SE\'ENTH CLASS— First Division. 

Bessie Brennan Promoted 

Lillie McAfferty 

Katie Dalton . . ." " 

Mamie Bonfield " 

Mamie Micol " 

Nellie Anthony 

Ella Leddy..." 

Maud Sherwood 

SEVENTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Maggie Bo wen 

J ul:a Coleman 

Mary Dunn 

Lillie Carroll 

Mamie Foote 

Marie Stearns 

oSLattie Tippett 

Lillie Fallon 

Emma Caye 



Ex. Af. 


Schol. At. 


90 


91 


90 


91 


90 


91 


S9 


88 


ss 


92 


ss 


92 


93 


90 


80 


86 


78 


SS 


74 


86 


absent 


91 


it. 


89 


a 


85 


91 


91 


90 


90 


90 


93 


88 


83 


88 


88 


87 


87 


82 


91 


82 


91 


72 


Si 


70 


79 


absent 


90 


a 


85 


84 


90 


82 


82 


82 


S3 


81 


77 


Si 


88 


79 


82 


7.5 


79 


absent 


90 


u 


89 


(i 


90 


97 


SS 


97 


87 


96 


89 


96 


85 


92 


Si 


91 


88 


86 


87 


absent 


80 




8S 




88 




89 




86 




89 




89 




87 




8.S 




84 



Dept.Av. 

92 

100 

60 

75 
98 

94 
100 

60 

60 

94 
91 

97 

SS 

85 
75 
75 
80 

85 
85 
81 
86 

75 

Si 

100 

90 

75 
75 
82 

75 
83 
90 
64 

91 
100 
100 

89 
60 

87 

80 

So 

100 

76 
So 

90 

91 
90 

91 
90 

91 

75 
80 
80 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



33 



PRIMER, 

Flora Heidmeyer 

Bertha jNIergentheim 

jNIinnie Johnson 

Ella Meehan 

Mamie Brennan 

Celia Cudahy .... 

Josie Kipley 

Annie Kellene 

Emma Reindskoft" 

Emma Pretschold 



Ex. Av. 



Schfl. 4t. 



7.S 
75 
So 
So 

ss 

87 

So 
80 
81 
80 



Pept.Av. 



70 
70 
70 
So 
90 

95 
80 
70 

75 
80 



SECOND SESSION. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 

Tessie Noonan 

Johanna Dorney 

Annie Denneh}' 

Lizzie Kehoe 

Josie Cleary 

Annie Cleary 

Ada Smith 

Ella Webb 

Mar V Sanders 

Jennie Miller 

Emma Sterling 

FIRST CLASS. 

Mary Thompson Promoted 

Marv Geary .... " 

Maria Moore " 

Hannah Broderick " 

Sarah Hickey " 

Mary Mc Donnell " 

Mary Higgins " 

Agnes O'Brien " 

Lizzie Tighe " 

Mary Barry 

Katie Curley 

Aggie Healy 

SECOND CLASS— First Division. 

Stella Bass. Promoted 

Nellie Hughes " 

Nellie Flanagan " 

Ma.ry Neville " 

Mary Norfolk " 

Genevieve Higgins " 

Annie O'Brien " 

Dora Dole 

Nellie Lynch 

SECOXD CLASS— Second Division. 

Johanna Sanders 

May Baxter 

Mary Donnelly 

Minnie Organ 

Leila Excell ■ 



Exam. At. 


School Ar. 


98^^, 


97 >^ 


97 3-5 


96 


97 


96 


97 


98 


,96 10-11 


95 


964-7 


95 


96 1-6 


93 


95 4-7 


92 


9^ 3-7 


90 


9^ 1-5 


94 


902-5 


92 


97 


95 


96 


95 


96 


94 


96 


95 


95 


94 


95 


94 


95 


93 


94 


90 


92 


92 


90 


88 


ab sent 


93 


Li 


So 


92 


86 


92 


90 


91 


90 


90 


92 


90 


89 


90 


89 


90 


90 


90 


91 


82 


75 


89 


88 


87 


89 


87 


86 


82 


80 


80 


Si 



I'ep't Av. 

93 

100 

90 

95 
93 
92 

95 
92 
90 
90 
90 

90 

89 

90 

100 

89 

89 
70 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

85 
95 
88 
88 

84 
88 

95 
69 

95 

100 

70 

100 

80 
70 



34 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

Martha Bennett Promoted 

Amelia ]Maver " 

Nellie Murphy " 

Permelia Thomas " 

Nellie Delaney " 

Ida Evans " 

Katie Farrell 

Katie Manle y " 

Emma Callahan 

Jennie Colbv 

Olive Hyde 

Annie Green 

Ida Kurtz 

Lottie Mason 

Johanna Burke 



Delia Fleming. 



Mary Cassidy 

Jane Green 

Hattie Billings 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

Evie Excell Promoted 

Julia Mahonv " 

Lillie Arnst.' 

Annie Collins " 

Marv Cudahv 



Aggie Tray nor 

Maggie Alarsh 

Mary Quirk 

Cora Marsh 

Stella Bonfield 

Katie Hastings 

Rosella Jauriett 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

Lizzie Cudahy Promoted 

Rosie Gillispie " 

Mamie Green " 

Annie Hannegan " 



Kx. Ai. 



95 
89 

88 

S7 
87 
86 

85 
83 
84 

So 
80 
80 

79 
absent 



Nellie Green 

Annie Ralph 

Viola Hunter 

Katie Kelly 

Delia Bergeson 

Jessie McGlauchlin 

Clara Dore 

Nellie Weadley 

Gail Catlin 

Lillie Sandmeir 

Emma Klaner 

Ada Boyles 

Addie Perrin 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Nellie Nolan Promoted 

Nellie Conley 

Anastasia Cummings " 

Mary Leyden " 

Jennie Clayburgh " 

Laura Sandmeir ' 



88 
86 
S3 
83 
84 
84 

82 

81 
80 
80 
80 



Schol. At. Dept.Av. 



93 

8b 

91 

88 
90 

91 
90 

91 

9^ 

85 
90 

90 
85 
91 
93 
90 

89 
89 
90 

93 

93 
90 

85 
92 

91 
90 
92 

91 
86 
86 
87 



87 


88 


86 
86 
86 
86 


93 

94 : 

9^ 
So 


84 


93 


84 


87 1 


84 


86 I 


84 


90 


84 


86 


82 


83 


81 


84 


81 


80 


80 


93 


71 


70 


71 
absent 


79 

78 


90 


91 


84 


93 


83 


88 


83 


89 


83 


86 


81 


91 



95 
89 
96 

91 
20 
70 

89 

88 

83 
89 
88 
70 
60 
70 
95 
78 
88 
100 
90 

88 
99 
84 
93 
90 
90 
90 
90 

75 
80 
88 
80 

87 
100 
100 
100 

92 

50 
60 

100 
92 

100 

75 

100 

88 

50 
100 

89 
79 
99 
85 
79 
100 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



35 



FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. Continued. 

Millie Boswell 

Katie Welsh '. 

Maggie Woods 

Lizzie Kalstrom 

Annie Barnard 

Katie Bisbey 

Maud McClure 

Ida Holt 

Annie des Rivieres 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

Ida Ozier Promoted 

Mary F. Snowell 

Marv Spies " 

Esther Leopold 

Julia Gardner " 

Marv Enright " 

MarV O'Donnell 

Nettie Howard " 

Minnie Conners 

Mary O'Connell 

Katie Shanley 

Stella Keenan 

Nellie Burke 

Cora Simpson 

Martha Finney 

Annie Smith 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Marv Burke Promoted 

Minnie Kelly " 

Clara Cudahy " 

Nora Le vden " 

Ada Bush 

Katie Thompson 

Mary Mathieson 

Jennie Maher 

Lillie Baldwin 

Emih' Huber 

SIXTH CLASS— First Division. 

Mabel Remick Promoted 

Katie Green " 

Mary Mahoney " 

Sarah O'Callahan " 

Maggie Murphy " 

Nellie Mulloy 

Fluie Watkin's 

Susie Van S vckle 

Flora Lindauer 

SIXTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Bessie Brennan Promoted 

Annie Sandmier " 

Lillie McAft'erty 

Julia Coleman " 

Katie Dalton " 

ISIarie Stearns " 

Nellie Leddy " 

Mamie Bonfield 

Nellie Anthony 

Marv MicoU . ." 



Ex. Av. Sfhol At ! fiept.Av. 



77 

75 
70 

69 

ab sent 



96 
95 
93 
91 
91 
91 
90 
89 
88 
87 
87 
85 
84 

77 
76 

75 

88 
87 
85 
84 
S3 
75 
absent 



94 
92 

90 

89 

88 
86 

84 
absent 



93 
91 

88 

87 
86 

84 

83 

absent 



88 

84 
So 

79 
80 

75 
75' 
78 
70 

86 
93 
94 
94 
95 
91 
91 
91 
93 
91 
93 

91 
90 

90 

88 
89 

94 
93 
91 
94 
92 
88 

S3 
85 
80 

91 

90 

88 
88 
86 

89 

83 
86 

78 

91 

91 
91 
90 
90 
90 
88 
85 
91 
88 

89 



60 
89 
84 
70 
100 
90 

75 

95 
60 

92 
95 
94 

TOO 
70 

88 
80 

75 
80 
80 
60 

95 
100 

50 
50 
50 

79 
79 

85 
85 
80 

50 
100 

95 
80 

85 

89 

75 
70 
80 
88 
70 
90 
50 
90 

99 

100 

70 

93 
95 
91 

75 

95 
92 

96 



36 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



SEVENTH CLASS. 

Maggie Bowen Promoted 

Mary Foote " 

MarV Uunn. " 

Mattie Tippett 

Maud Sherwood " 

PRIMER. 

Celia Cudahy 

Bessie Farrell 

Nellie Cotter 

Minnie Johnson 

Bertha ^lergentheim 

Charlotte Bussalb 

Annie Redfield 

INIamie Brennan 

Jennie Wicks 

Katie Maher 

Lillie Meehan 

Laura Heidmejer 

Annie Kellene 

Lillie Carroll 



Ex. Av. 


Schol. .4v. 


88 


90 


«7 


90 


88 


90 


85 


89 


84 


88 




90 




88 




88 




90 




75 




So 




85 




90 




7.5 




So 




80 




75 




So 




So 



Pept.Av. 
90 
93 

91 
60 

98 



90 

91 
So 
88 
70 
90 

S5 

99 

85 

100 

99 

§5 
98 

93 





J^ 



ULES FOI\_ THE BoARDERS. 



The pupils should remember that, in an institution of this kind, it 
would be impossible to preserve order without well established Rules; and 
when these Rules are once understood, each young lady should consider 
it her duty, not only to observe them strictly, but also to aid her compan- 
ions in doing the same, thereby rendering a most acceptable assistance to 
her teachers, •wh<:)se greatest pleasure amongst them, will be derived from 
their assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The first and most important Rule concerns their religious du- 
ties, which all will be required to attend punctually. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during the 
time allowed for recreation, in the room appointed for that purpose; but 
even during the hours set apart for recreation, it is never permitted in the 
halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall or any room in 
which all are asembled, without permission from the presiding Sister 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose 
of safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the Treasurer; also, all 
jercclr}\ except a breast-pin, pair of ear-rings, and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once 
in two weeks. 

7th. The pupils are not allowed to make visits oftener than once a 
month. 

8th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to ex- 
clude all others, or become remarkable ; on the contrary, all should try to 
be sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, especially towards 
new pupils. 

9th. During the recreation hours, no work is permitted that will 
prevent the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the 
mind and preparing it for future study. 



38 ST. xavier's academy, 



loth. No books brought to the Academy by the pupils, can be read 
without submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are also 
subject to the inspection of the Directress. 

nth. No visits allowed, except at the appointed times, viz: IVed- 
fiesdtJV afternoons and Sunday ; pupils who wish to give no trouble, should 
be particular to notify their friends of this arrangement. 

1 2th. Personal neatness, and a particular care of books, toilet arti- 
cles, wearing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as nothing like a 
slovenly appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is careless in 
this respect, must expect to lose all good marks, as well as the respect of 
her companions and teachers. 

13th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms 
during the hours given them for pi-actice, neither should they speak in 
those i-ooms. 

14th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room, during school or recre- 
ation hours, without special permission. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS FOLLOWS: 
^Yz o'clock, Rise. 

63^ " Morning Prayers and Mass. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by Recreation. 

8 " Study. 

9 " Recitation in respective class rooms. 
1 1 3^ " Dinner and Recreation. 

\2y2 " Study. 

I " Recitation. 

4 " Luncheon and Recreation. 

4>^ " Study. 

6 " Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics). 

dyi, " Recreation. 

%\^ " Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respec- 
tive dormitories for the night. 





IN M EM OR lAM 

St.4SeV.4S.4Bolcti,-ip.4p. 

Febrtmry 19th, 1879. 



Five months have scarce elapsed since that sad day 
When Heaven's fiat came without display; 
On Cherub's wings, as fleet as wind 'twas borne, 
It left our hearts immersed in grief to mourn. 

" Well done! " thou good and faithful son, "well done!" 
Thy journey now is o'er — thy crown is won ; 
Come gentle soul ! " the Master calls for thee;" 
He longs thy beauteous spirit now to see, 
To clasp thee close in long and warm embrace, 
To hide tliee in the secret of His face. 

The missive sent — the fiat whispered low 
By kindred spirit — heart to heart aglow ; 
Then humbly, sweetly, bent that gracious head 
On which the mitre's holy light was shed, 
And calmly, grandly as the sunset rays, 
Breathed forth his spirit with his Maker's praise. 



'' I've tried my duty here to do," and now 
"To thy sweet will, my Lord, my God, I bow;" 
My fondest hopes I know thou'lt not betray, 
I've sung thy praises seven times a day ; 
" My heart to thee I gave in early youth, 
And thine it's ever been in very truth ; 
Content am I if thou dost bid me stay, 
Quite satisfied if hence I'm called away." 

A moment more and orphans we were left, 

Of father's care — of father's love bereft; 

How scarcely could we realize our loss. 

Which day by day but proved a heavier cross; 

We can but cry with Holy Job to-day, 

"The Lord hath giv'n — the Lord hath ta'en away; 

As it hath pleased the Lord, so let it be," 

Thy face, O God, he fondly wished to see. 

Our loss we know, was his eternal gain. 
Yet, would he spare us e'en the slightest pain ; 
How oft he came into our midst to cheer. 
To raise the drooping head and banish fear ; 
The little lambs upon his knee he'd place. 
Caressing fondly each upturned face. 

But now he 's gone, he rests in Bonnie Brae, 
And for his happiness each day we pray. 
His voice no more our inmost hearts will cheer — 
Our father 's gone — and we are filled with fear; 
Still trust we in his pow'r, now greater still. 
To help us bow resigned to God's sweet will. 



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PROSPECTUS 



OF 




foi^lDUCTED BY THE ^ISTEF{3 Of ^ERCY. 



This Institution first opened in 1S46, is now permanently located on 
the corner of Wabash Avenue and Twenty-Ninth Street, about three 
miles from the centre of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious, and 
well adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected 
with the various sleeping apartments, and the entire building is heated 
by steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to 
health, and those parents and guardians who have patronized the Acad- 
emy' during the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation 
which exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27th, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy 
enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to 
secure 0'"der and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions, of five months each 
— the first session commencing on the first of September ; the second on 
the first of February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at 
Christmas, when pupils are permitted to visit their parents if they desire 
it. If residents of the city, they are permitted to do so cwce a month — 
generally the first Sunday of the month. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends ; visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since 
study is necessarily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the 
supervision of the Directress. 

Pupils may enter at an}' time during the year, but can in no case 
leave (as is sometiiues the practice), just before the close of the year, 
without serious damage to their standing, besides forfeiting prizes. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



No deduction is made for the first two or last two weeks of a term, 
nor for absence except in cases of protracted sickness. 

As the practice of leaving iust before the close of the year is a serious 
damage to the interests of the Institution any pupil does so at the risk ot 
her good standing. 

Parents and guardians ma_v rest assured that every attention, consist- 
ent with the spirit of a mild, but firm government, is paid to the comfort 
of the young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is 
taken to nourish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion 
which alone can render education profitable. A^o undue influence is exer- 
cised over the religious opinions of non-Catholic pupils ; however, for the 
sake of order, all are required to conform to the external discipline of the 
Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to 
parents and guardians. 

At the Annual distribution of Premiums, those who have given evi- 
dence of polite and amiable deportment, are crowned by the Rt. Rev. 
Bishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches ot a solid and 
useful education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composition, 
History and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed each 
pupil for Plain and Ornamental Needle Work, Wax Flowers, etc. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those only who take the full 
Academic Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the year, their session always 
commencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness and etiquette, and all that 
constitutes ladylike deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who 
may be found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the 
latter the Academy is opened at eight o'clock. 

Recitation commences at nine o'clock precisely, and continues until 
three o'clock P. M., with an intermission of three quarters of an hour at 
noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion, de- 
pends in a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they 
should never be encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except in case 
of illness. Parents should, also, see that they attend to evening study 
while at home, as it is useless to expect perfect recitation without private 
study. 

No voimg lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation hours 
except in extraordinary cases. 



ST. xavier's academy. 



(For Boarders.) 

Per Session of Five Months, in Advance. 

Board and Tuition, in English and Music, - - - $150 

Languages, each, 10 

Oil Painting, - - - - 25 

Water Color, --------- 25 

Cra_yon, ---------- 25 

Harp, 4° 

Guitar, 3° 

There are no other e.xtra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more 
sisters at the same time. 

Books, Stationery, etc., are furnished at the usual retail prices. 
Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, 
suitable for each season. Toilet articles, six towels, four table-napkins, a 
knife and fork, teaspoon, desertspoon, and napkin-ring, two yards of 
carpeting or a rug, two yards black net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required, except a large school apron of blue 
gingham which, for the sake of uniformity, may be procured at the In- 
stitution. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 
Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps- 

(For Ouif Scholars.) 

Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

Academic Department. 

English Branches, $15 

Music, - - - - 15 

Use of Piano, .-,------ 5 

Painting, for the Pupils, 15 

" for those who do not attend school, - - 25 

Crayon, " " " " . . - 25 

" for Pupils, 15 

Drawing, 5 

Guitar, 15 

Intermedi.\te Department. 

English Branches, for Juveniles, ----- 10 
English Branches, for Minims, - - . . - ^ 

Music, for Juniors, -.-.---. 10 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 




Primary Department — First Division. 

Reading (Third Reader), Orthography (Creerj's iirst Lessons), Gram- 
mar (Brown's first Lessons), Penmanship, Practical Arithmetic (Robin 
son's Rudiments), Intellectual Arithmetic (Robinson's Primary), Object 
Lessons. 

Second Division. 

Reading (Second and First Readers), Orthography (Creery's first 
Lessons), Penmanship, Practical Arithmetic (Robinson's Rudiments), 
Object Lessons. 

Intermediate Department — First Division. 

Reading (Fifth Reader), Orthographic Dictation, Penmanship, Arith- 
metic (Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar (Brown's Institute). 
Geography (Mitchell's Intermediate), English Composition, General His- 
tory, (Parley's), Etiquette, Sacred History, Christian Doctrine, U. S. 
History. 

Second Division. 

Reading (Fourth Reader), Orthography, Penmanship, Arithmetic 
(Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar (Brown's Primary), Geog- 
raphy (Mitchell's Primary), Elementary Composition, Etiquette, Sacred 
History, Christian Doctrine. 

Senior Department — ?lrst Division. 

Reading (Sixth Reader), Penmanship, Rhetoric and Composition, Al- 
gebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, English Literature, 
Botany, Book-Keeping, Astronomy, Ornamental Penmanship, Review 
of Geography and Grammar, Zoology. 

Second Division. 

Reading (Sixth Reader), Orthographic Dictation (Creery's Grammar 
School Speller), Penmanship, Composition, Grammar (Brown's Insti- 
tute), Arithmetic (Robinson's Practical and Mental), Physical Geography 
(Cornell's), Sacred History, Familiar Science (Peterson's), Physiology 
(Steel's). 



From Sept., 1879, to June, 1880. 



Anderson, Gertie Chicago, 111 

Anderson, Nellie " " 

Bailey, Mary C 

Barry, Mary 

Barnard, Annie " " 

Baxter, Matilda 

Bennett, Martha " " 

Berry, Mamie " 

Bergeron, Delia Bourbonnais, " 

Blodgett, Maud Chicago, " 

Boswell, Millie . 

Boisvert, Matilda Bourbonnais, " 

Boisvert, Hedwige " " 

Bowen, Maggie , Chicago, " 

Bowden, Maggie " " 

Bonfield, Stella 

Bonfield, Mamie " " 

Bonfield, Maria 

Bowles, Mamie " " 

Bush, Ada 

Bradburn, Ida 

Bressnehan, Maggie " " 

Bressnehan, Mamie " '' 

Brennan, Bessie " " 

Brennan, Mamie " " 

Brady, Minnie " " 

Bussalb, Charlotte " 

Burke, Gracie 

Burke, Johanna Chebanse, " 

Burke, Nellie 

Carroll, Lillie Chicago, " 

Campbell, Fannie " 

Casey, Mamie " " 

Callahan, Emma " " 

Clayburgh, Jennie " " 

Cleary, Fannie " 

Cleary, Bessie 



u 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



Clearv, Katie Chicago, 111. 

Clearv, Julia " 

Clearv, Maudie " " 

Conners. Minnie '' " 

Cotter, Nellie 

Conley. Nellie 

Cole, Minnie 

Cole, Emma " " 

Coines, Annie Terre Haute, Ind. 

Coleman, Julia Chicago, 111. 

Colby, Jennie " " 

Collins, Jennie " " 

Collins, AUie 

Cudahy , Mary " " 

Cudahv, Lizzie " " 

Cudahy, Clara 

Cudahy, Celia " 

Cunimings, Anastasia " " 

Dalton, Katie 

Donnelly, Mary 

Dole, Dora Oakland, Cal. 

Doyle, Fannie Sycamore, *I11. 

Duggan, Mary Chicago, " 

Eiclibcrg, Jennie " *' 

Ehvood, Delia 

Enright, Mary Alice " " 

Excell, Evie 

Fant, Evelyn 

Farrell, Kate 

Foote, Mamie " " 

Foote, Rosie " " 

Farrell, Bessie " '• 

Gavin, Teresa " 

Geary, Mary " " 

Gillespie, Rosie " " 

Green, Annie " " 

Green, Nellie " " 

Green, Mamie " " 

Green, Katie " " 

Grady, Mamie " " 

Guelder, Fannie " " 

I laggarty , Mary " " 

Hagan, Mary E " " 

Hannegan, Annie " " 

Hastings, Katie " " 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Heidwejer, Flora Chicago, 111. 

Hickev, Sarah " " 

Hickev, Annie ... " " 

Hibbard, Mamie " 

Henry, Lizzie " " 

Higgins, Mamie " " 

Higgins, Ella 

Higgins, Genevieve " " 

Holly, Dawn 

Howard, Nettie 

Hunter, Viola 

Hudson, Annie " " 

Hunt, Pearl 

Hussey, Lizzie " " 

Hyde, Olive B 

Jauriett, Rosella 

Jackson, Jessie " 

Johnson, Minnie " " 

Jones, Henrietta " " 

Kalstrom, Lizzie " " 

Keenan, Stella 

KeTioe, Maggie " " 

Kehoe, Ella 

Kelly, Maggie " " 

Keys, Mary " " 

Kl-aner, Emma " " 

Lawless, Emily " " 

Lacy, Maude " " 

Lawnsdale, Nellie " " 

Leahy, Annie " " 

Leahy, Mamie " " 

Leopold, Esther " " 

Leddie, Ella " " 

Lesen, Nettie " " 

Leyden, Annie " " 

Leyden, Mary " " 

Leyden, Nora " " 

Lindauer, Rosie " " 

Lowell, Carrie " " 

Maher, Annie " " 

Maher, Jennie " " 

Maher, Mamie " " 

Marsh, Cora Columbvis, O. 

Marsh, Maggie Chicago, 111. 

Manley, Katie Indianapolis, Ind. 



lO 



ST. xavier's academy. 



Mason, Lottie Chicago, 111. 

Mayer, Ida " " 

Mahonj, Maggie " " 

Mahoney, Julia " " 

Mahone V, Marv " " 

Meath, Charlotte Mendota, " 

Meehan, Rosie Chicago, " 

Meyer, Amelia " " 

Mergentheim, Bertha " " 

McAuley, Belle " " 

Mc Auley, Lizzie " " 

McCabe, Minnie " " 

McCleary, Bessie " " 

McDonnell, Mary Agnes " " 

McDonnell, Birdie " " 

McDonald, Flora " " 

McGlauchlin, Jessie " " 

McNemara, Annie " " 

McQuaid, Lizzie " " 

Moore, Maria " " 

Molton, Maude " " 

Mitchell, Fannie Charleston, " 

Mulroy, Ida Chicago, " 

Mustee, Rosa " " 

Murphy, Maggie " " 

Murphy, Veronica " " 

Mulloy, Nellie " " 

Mondheeper, Rose " " 

Neary, Nellie Utica, " 

Nolan, Nellie Chicago, " 

Norfolk, Mary Charleston, " 

O'Brien, Annie Chicago, " 

O'Brien, Nellie ... « " 

O'Conner, Katie " » 

O'Donnell, Marv " " 

O'Callahan, Sarah " " 

O'Farrell, Kate " » 

Ort, Katie " " 

Ozier, Ida " " 

Paradise, Francis Memphis, Tenn. 

Piquenard, Juliette Chicago, 111. 

Plows, Martha " " 

Plows, Olivia " " 

Prussing, Elma " " 

Quirk, Marv " " 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. II 

Quinlan, Jeanette Chicago, 111. 

Quinlan, Mary " " 

Ralph, Annie 

Rasche, Annie " " 

Reid, Clara 

Redfieki, Amie 

Riordan, Alice Knoxville, " 

Richardson, Grace Chicago, " 

Root, Hattie 

Rothschild, Amy 

Sandmier, Lillie 

.Sandmier, Laura 

Sandmier, Annie 

Sanders, Johanna 

Sherwood, Maude 

Sherwood, Fannie Green Bay, Wis. 

Shanley, Katie Chicago, 111. 

Shoenhoffen, Katie .... " " 

Simons, Bertha " " 

Simpson, Cora " " 

Snowell, Mary F 

Smith, Annie 

Spies, Mary " " 

Speck, Annie •' " 

Stearnes, Marie " " 

Strauss, Carrie " " 

Strouss, Sadie " " 

Surprinant, Cornelia Bute City, Montana. 

Tanner, Verna Chicago, 111. 

Thompson, Mary " " 

Thomas, Leila '• " 

Tihbet, Mattie 

Tighe, Lizzie Hyde Park, " 

Tymeson, Alice Chicago, " 

Traynor, Aggie " " 

VanSiclen, Susie " " 

Walsh, Nellie " 

Westcott, Effie " " 

Weekes, Jennie " " 

Welch, Katie 

Walker, Clara Lemont, " 

Winkler, Jennie Chicago, " 

Woods, Maggie Memphis, " 

Wright, Maggie Chicago, " 

Young, Florence " " 






^->->4p^06I^MME|^<-^'^ 



OBERON, - - - .' - - ZeySacA 

Misses M. Norfolk, D. Dole, A. Green, S. Florsheim, L. Tighe, 

M. McDonnell, J. Sanders, F. Guelder. 

\\'EIXOME CHORUS, - - - tt^ords by Miss M. Moore 

Accompanied bv Miss D. Dole. 



Miss M. Higgins. 



GIPSY MAIDEN, ..... Blake 

Misses I. Osier, K. Schoenhoffen, N. Green, L. Hussy, J. Winkler, 

B. Simons, J. Clayhurgh, M. Qi ikk. 

AVE MARIA — \'ocal Trio, . - - - Marcketti 

Misses M. Moore, E. Higgins, G. Higgins. 

Accompanied by Mamie Higgins. 

THE STARRY HEAVENS — Essay, • - Miss M. Mahoney 

FANFARE des DRAGONS, .... Boscovitz 

Misses E. Excell, S. Bonfikld, M. Falsbert, L. Mason, C Marsh, 

J. Burke, D. Bergeron, V. Hunter. 

JUNIORS' CHORUS, - - Accompanied by Miss G. Higgins 

TRIPPING THRO' THE MEADOW, - - - Wilson 

Misses E. Klaner, M. Steele, M. Casey, N. Conley, K. Welch, 

C. Simpson, M. Enright, A. H.-vnnegan. 

A MEMORIAE —Written for Bishop Foley's Anniversary, 1S79, Miss M. Thompson 

REST THEE — Vocal Trio, - - - Vocal Class 

Accompanied by Miss A. Ty'MESon. 



ST. xavier's academy. . 13 



THE INQUIRY — Recitation, - - - Miss L. Tighe 

MAZEPPA — Instrumental Solo, - - Wollenhaupt 

Miss M. IIiggins. 

THE NINE WORTHIES — Essay, - - Miss M. McDonnell 

TI PREGO O PADRE— Vocal Trio, - - - Curs/tman 

Misses D. Dole, M. Norfolk, F. Cleaky. 

Accompanied by Miss M. Mahoney. 

THE STUDY OF HISTORY — Essay, - - Miss M. Geary 

COMING STEP, .... Dressier 

Misses A. Bush, S. Keenan, L. McAuley, B. Cleary, A. Leahy, 

L. Kalstkom, L. Sandmier, K. Cleary', F. Paradise, 

M. Murphy-, M. Stearnes, M. Connors. 

SEE THE PALE MOON — Vocal Duet, - - - Campani 

Misses M. Mahoney, M. Higgins. 
Accompanied by Miss F. Cleary. 

THE ARMY OF THE LORD — Recitation, - - Miss S. Hickey 

ANVIL CHORUS, .... Grobe 

Misses A. Smith. J. Cleaky, H. Boisvekt, A. Cummings, M. O'Donnell, 

M. Steele, K. Shanley, B. McAuley. 

BYGONE HOURS — Poem, - - - Miss 'M. Moore 

LA GAZZA LADRA, - - - - - Rossini 

Misses M. Higgins, F. Cleary, M. Mahoney, M. Norfolk, 

V. Tanner, M. Moore, D. Dole, A. Tymeson. 



"VJ^IjEIDIOTOIE^ir. 



Miss Fannie Cleaky. 



FAREWELL CHORUS, ■ - Words by Miss M. Thompson 

Sung by' the GRy\DL'.\TES. 
Accompanied by Miss M. Norfolk. 

BiSitribmti&M &i Gtqwus. Medailss andl Prsmium§s.j 



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CHICAGO, 
The following young ladies drew for the Medal : 

Miss LIZZIE TIGHE, Miss MARTHA BENNETT, 

Miss FANNIE CLEAR Y, Miss JOHANNA SANDERS, 

Miss MARY THOMPSON. 



tjtht: ffioid Medal 



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CHICAGO. 
The following drew tor the Medal : 

MARY THOMPSON, ANNIE O'BRIEN, DORA DOLE. 



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lliAd ffohanna Burke, 

CHEBAN8E, ILL. 
The following drew for the Medal : 
NELLIE WALSH, MAGGIE KELLY. 



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WAS MERITED BY 

Miss LIZZIE TIGHE, Miss DELIA BERGERON, 

" GENEVIEVE HIGGINS, " JOHANNA SANDERS, 

" KATE O'FARRELL, " MARY DONNELLY, 

Miss JOHANNA BURKE, 

AWARDED TO 

MOUMBONNAIS, ILL. 



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AWAKOED TO 



Miss Fannie J. Cleary. 

Miss Mary E. Thoyripsori. 

,^fiss Maria E. Aloore. 

Miss .Mamie F. Higgins. 

Miss Maggie A. Mahony. 
Miss Lizzie A. Tighe. 
Miss Sarah J. Hickey. 

Miss Mary A. McDonnell. 
Miss Mary J. Geary. 








'^i^SS^iSS^ ^^ 



^KID GROWMS 



AWARDED TO 

Miss Genevieve Higgins. 
Miss Mary Xorfolh. 

Miss Mary Barry. 

Miss JSl'ellie Walsh. 

Miss Maggie Kehoe. 

Miss Annie 0' Brien. 

Miss Verna Tanner. 












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FIUJST 


; 


Miss 


MixxiE Brady, 




Miss 


E M m a C a l l a h a n , 


(i. 


Ella HtgctIns, 




a 


Nellie Neary', 


(i 


Johanna Sanders, 




a 


Nellie O'Brien, 


il 


Mary Donnelly, 




it 


Oliye Hyde, 


ii 


Johanna Burke, 




<i 


Maggie Kelly, 


lb 


Kate O'Farrell, 




4i 


EviE Excell, 


»i 


Jllia Mahony, 




(( 


Lizzie Cldahy, 


11 


Cora Marsh, 




t( 


Delia Bergeron, 


U 


Mamie Green, 




a 


Carrie Strauss, 


*i 


Lu.lie Sandmier, 




(( 


RosiE Gillespie, 


ti 


Lalra Sandmier, 




u 


Axnie Hannegan, I 


a 


Annie Sandmier, 




n 


Katie Ort, 


ti 


Annie Barnard, 




it 


Mary A. Enright, 


i4 


Bessie Cleary, 




a 


Nellie Burke, ] 


(( 

u 


RosiE Lindauer, 
Celia Cldahy, 






Matilda Boisyert, 
Veronica Murphy, 


i( 


Annie Speck, 




u 


Mary Ellen Hagan. 




iSECOjVr* CROAVINS. 


Miss 


Martha Bennett, 




Miss 


Aggie Traynor, 


a 


Katie M \nley. 




il 


Viola Hunter, 


vl 


Mary Qiirk, 




U 


Anxie Ralph, 


it 

ii 


Mary Duggax, 
Katie Welch, 
Mary O'Donnell, 






Julia Cleary, 
Ida Meyer, 
Axastasia Cummings, 


u 


Mary F. Snoavell, 




a 


Maggie Woods, 


4* 


Nellie Nolan, 
Fannie Gelder, 
Minnie Conners, 




it 


RosiE Meehax, 
Gracie Richardson, 
Ada Beauchamp, 


a 


Hedwige Boisyert, 




(i 


Maggie Bovven, j 


u 


Mamie Foot, 




(( 


Julia Colemax, 


li 


Jennie Weeks, 




Cl 


Maud Cleary. 




TtlIRD 


CKOWiVS. 


Mis^ 


Matilda Baxter, 




Miss 


Faxxie Mitchell. 





^i£Pi^EMmp^3)E^ 



READING. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 
The Gold Medal Fannie Cleary 

First Pretniinn Sarah Hickey 

.Second " Maggie Mahon v 

FIRS r CLASS. 
First Premium Maggie Kehoe 

Second " Genevieve Higgins 

SECOND CLASS. 
First Premium May Baxter 

.Second " Martha Bennett 

Third " Johanna .Sanders 

SECOND CLASS— Secoiul Division. 
First Premium Emma Callahan 

Second " Nellie O'Brien 

Third " Nellie Neary 

THIRD CLASS. 
First Premium Cora Marsh 

Second " Evie Excell, Aggie Traynor 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Annie Ralph 

Second " Katie Hastings 

Third " Mary Leyden, Nellie Conley 

FOUlirU CLASS. 
First Premium Katie Welch 

Second " Laura Sandmier 

Third " Mary O'Donnell 

FOl'R TH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Nellie Burke 

Second " Mary Alice Enright 

Third " Bessie Cleary 

FIFTH CLASS. 
First Premium Stella Keenan 

-Second " Nora Levden 



22 ST. XAVIER's ACADEMY. 

FIFTH CLASS— Secornl Division. 

First Premium Evelyn Fanl 

Second " ■ Katie Green 

SIXTH CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Foote 

Second " Julia Coieman 

Third " Celia Cudah v 

PENMANSHIP. 

ORNAMENTAL. 

Gold Pen Maria Moore 

Second Premium Mamie Higgins 

Third " Mary Geary, Mary McDonnell 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium N'erna Tanner 

Second " Nellie Walsh 

Third " Minnie Brady 

PLAIN PENMANSHIP. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Maria Moore 

Second " Mary (Jeary 

Third " Mamie Higgins 

FIRST GLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Walsh 

Second " Minnie Brady 

Third " Mary Barry 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Johanna Burke 

Second " Annie Green 

Third " Evie Excell 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Mary F. Snovvell 

Second " Minnie Conners 

Third " Nellie Burke 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Ada Beauchamp 

Second " Hedwige Boisvert 

Third " Katie Shanley, Katie Green 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium ; Katie Dalton, Jennie Weeks 

Second " Minnie Bowen, Veronica Murphy 

Third " Julia Coleman 



24 ST. xavier's academy. 

THIRD CLASS Second Division. 

First Premium Katie Ort 

Second " Stella Bonfield, Lillie Sandmier 

Third " Carrie Strauss 

FOITRTH CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Nolan 

Second " Annie Cummings 

Third " Katie Welch 

FOURTH CLASS -Second Division. 

First Premium Ida Ozier 

Second " Ida Meyer 

Third " Rosie Mustey 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium Celia Cudahy 

-Second " Ada Beauchamp 

Third " Katie Shanley 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Maggie Murphy 

Second " Katie Green 

SIXTH CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " Gertie Anderson 

Third " Maud Cleary 

MATHEMATICS. 

ARITHMETIC— First Class. 

Gold Medal Johanna Burke 

First Premium Nellie Walsh, Maggie Kelly 

Second " Annie O'Brien 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Genevieve Higgins 

Second " Johanna Sanders 

Third " 1 )ora Dole 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Stella Florsheim 

Second " Julia Mahony 

Third " Mary Cudahy 

FOURTH CI- ASS. 

First Premium Annie Hannegan 

Second " ... Jessie McGlauchlin 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium Mary O'Connell, Rosie Lindauer 

Second " Nora Leyden, Clara Cudahy 

Third " Francis Paradise, Mary Mahony 



ST. xavier'-s academy. 25 

SIXTH CLASS. 

First Premium Veronica Murphy, Jennie Collins 

Second " Celia Cudahy, Kittie Cleary 

Third " Marie Stearns, Allie Collins 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium, Gold Medal Matilda Baxter 

" " P'annie Cleary 

SECOND CLASS. 
First Premium Nellie Walsh 

Second " Martha Bennett 

GEOMETRY. 

First Premium Fanny Clear\' 

Second " Matilda Baxter 

HISTORY. 

GRADUATE CI,ASS— Modekn History. 

Gold Medal Maggie Mahony 

First Premium Mary Thompson, Mary Gear}' 

" " Sarah Hickey, Fannie Cleary 

Second " Mamie Higgins, Mary McDonnell 

FIRST CLASS— Gener.\l History. 

First Premium Maggie Kehoe, M. Norfolk 

" Ella Higgins 

Second " Annie O'Brien 

SECOND CLASS— U. S. History. 

First Premium E vie Excell, Olive Hyde 

Second " Emma Callahan 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Kate O'Farrell 

Second " Viola Hunter 

COMPOSITION. 

Gold Medal Genevieve Higgins 

First Premium Mary Thompson 

Second " Mary McDonnell 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Dora Dole, Annie O'Brien 

Second " Mary Norfolk, Maggie Kehoe 

Third " A'erna Tanner 

SECOND CLASS. 
First Premium May Baxter 

Second " Martha Bennett 

Third " Maggie Kelly 



26 ST. xavier's academy. 

SECOND CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Johanna Burke 

Second " Nellie O'Brien 

Third " Stella Florsheim 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Kate O'Farrell 

Second " Cora Marsh 

Third " Viola Hunter 

THIRD CLASS— Sccontl Division. 

First Premium Mamie Green, Katie Ort 

Second " Lizzie Hussey 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Katie Welch 

Second ■' Anastasia Cummings 

Third " Nellie Nolan 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Bell McAuley 

Second " Ida Ozier 

Third " Mamie Casej' 

BIBLE HISTORY. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Barry 

Second " Ella Higgins 

Third " Minnie Bradv 



SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Julia Mahony 

Second " Stella B&nfield 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

Gold Medal Martha Bennett 

First Premium Lizzie Tighe 

" " Mary Thompson 

" " Johanna Sanders 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie O'Brien 

Second " Johanna Burke 

Third " Emma Callahan 

THIRD CLASS. 
First Premium Mary Quirk, K. O'P^arreil 

Second " Aggie Travnor, L. Cudah v 

FOUR I H CLASS. 
First Premiutn Laura Sandmier 

Second " Annie Barnard 

Third " Lizzie Kalstrom 





.ST. xavier's academy. 




-7 




FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 






First Premiiini. 
Second " 






. . Bessie Clearv 






. .Rosie Meehan 




FIFTH CLASS. 






First Premium. 
Second " 






. .Katie Shanlev 






Maggie Murphy. 




SIXTH CLASS. 




First Premium. 
Second " 
Tiiird 






. . . Kittie Cleary 






.... Mary Foote 






. . . Katie Dalton 


PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 




i 




SECOND CLASS. 






First Premium. 
Second " 
Tiiird '• . 






. . Mary Donnelly i 
. . .Katie Manlev } 










. . . Maggie Kell\ 


INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY 






THIRD CLASS. 






First Premium. 
Second " 
Third 






. .Delia Bergeron 






. . . Clara Walker 






. Fannie Mitchell 

1 


FOURTH CLASS. 




First Premium. 


Annie Barnard, J. Clayburgh 


Second " 
Third 






Mary O'Donnell 
. . . .Julia Clearv 






FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 






First Premium. 




Mary Alice Enright 


Second 






. Maggie Woods 


Third 


PRIMARY GEOGRAPHY. 
FIFTH CLASS. 


.G 


racie Richardson 

1 

1 


First Premium. 
Second " 
Third 






. . . . Annie Leahv 






. . Stella Keenan 






Lizzie McAuley 




FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 






First Premium . 
Second 
Third " 






.Annie Sandmier 
Francis Paradise 
Maggie Murphy 












NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 





GR.\DITATE CL.\SS. 

First Premium Mary Geary, Mary McDonnell 

Second " Lizzie Tighe 

Third " Sarah Hickey 



28 ST. xavier's academy. 

ASTRONOMY. 
GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Thompson, Fannie Cleary 

Second " Mamie Higgins, Maria Moore 

Third " Mary McDonnell, Lizzie Tighe 

CHEMISTRY. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Fannie Cleary, Mary McDonnell 

Second " Mary Thompson, Mamie Higgins 

Third " Sarah Hickey, Maggie Mahony 

ZOOLOGY. 

GRADUA TK CT-ASS. 

First Premium Lizzie Tighe 

Secoiui " Sarah Hickey 

Third " Maggie Mahony 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium F. Cleary, Mary Thompson 

Second " Mary Geary 

Third " Maria Mooi e 

RHETORIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Genevieve Higgins, Annie O'Brien 

Second " Verna Tanner, Mary Brady 

LITERATURE. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Norfolk 

" Eiia Higgins 

Second " Dora Dole 

PHYSIOLOCiV. 

SECOND CLASS— l-irst Division. 

First Premium Martha Bennett 

Second " Matilda Baxter 

Third " Johanna Sanders 

SICCOND CL.^SS— Second Division. 

First Premium Johanna Burke 

Second " Olive B. Hyde 



30 ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 

EMBROIDERY. 

First Premiuiii Annie Green 

Second " Bell McAuley 

PLAIN SEWING. 
Premium Marv Duijgan 

TAPESTRY. 

Fanny Cleary, Maggie Mahony. 

CROCHET. 

First Premium Matilda Boisvert, Jennie Winkler 

Second " Nellie O'Brien, Carrie Strauss 

Third " Stella Florsheim 

Fourth " Hedwige Boisvert 

MENDING AND DARNING. 
A Silver Thimble Johanna Burke 

The following drew tor the thimble: 

J. Burke, V. Hunter, 

M. Quirk, J. Sanders, 

E. Excell, K. O'Farrell. 

IMPROVEMENT. 

Annie Speck, Fannie Sherwood, 

Lillie Meehan, Lillie Carroll, 

Flora Heidweir, Amie Rothschild, 

Marv McCabe, Maude Sherwood. 





Hxamination, Scholarship, i ©eportmcnt 



FIRST SESSION, 



Mary Thompson 

Maria Moore 

Fannie Clear v 

Mamie Higgins 

Maggie Mahony 

Mary Geary 

Mary McDonnell 

Lizzie Tighe 

Sarah Hickey 

FIRST CLASS. 

Genevieve Hitjgins 

Hattie Root 

\'erna Tanner 

Maggie Kehoe 

Mary Norfolk 

NelHe Walsh 

Mary Barry 

Annie O'Brien 

Ella I liggins 

Mary Brady 

SECOND CLASS. 

Dora Dole Promoted 

Mary Donnell\- 

Matilda Baxter 

Johanna Sanders ._ 

Martha Bennett ." 

Maggie Kelly 

Nellie Neary 

Katie Manlev 

Maggie Wright 

Fannie Doyle 

THIRD CLASS. 

Johanna Burke Promoted 

Emma Callahan " 

Olive Hvde " 

Nellie 0"'Brien.. , " 

Stella Florsheim " 



Ex. At. 


Sch. Ar. 


96 


96 


95 


94 


94 


95 


94 


95 


94 


94 


94 


94 


93 


92 


9t 


92 


91 


92 


94 


94 


94 


93 


93 


93 


92* 


94 J 


91 


9H 


90 i 


94? 


90* 


95 


90 


92 


90 


92 


88 


92 


93 


96 


92 


93 


9^ 


95 


90 


93 


90 


94 


88 


91 


B3 


94 


82 


89 


81 


94 


75 


84 


93i 


94 


89 


94 


88 


94 


86 


91 


S5 


90 



Dep. At. 

100 

99 
100 

99 

99 

99 

99 
100 

99 



100 
100 
100 
100 

95 
160 

100 

100 

ICO 

100 



90 
100 

91 
100 
96 
98 
96 
96 

99 
79 



100 
100 

ICO 

100 
95 



32 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



THIRD CLASS- Contiiiuetl. 

^'j'^-. Jennie Colby Promoted 

Annie Green " 

Lottie Mason " 

Evie Excell 

Julia Mahonev 

Kate 0'P\nn-eil 

Maggie Hillock 

Alice Tvmeson Not examined 

Rosella Jauriett 



Lizzie Haggett. 



THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

Viola Hunter Promoted 

Mary Cudahy " 

Cora Marsh 

Lizzie Cudahy 

IVLiry Grady " 

Nellie Green " 

Mary Quirk " 

Aggie Tray nor " 

Rosie Gillespie 

Delia Bergeron 

Mamie Green 

Jessie McGlaughlin 

Annie Ralph 

Clara Walker 

Maggie Marsh 

Katie 1 lastings Not examined 

Stella Bonfield 

Mary Duggan 

Annie Hannes^ran " 



Ex. At. 

83 
83 
88 
86 
82 
81 

absent 



912 
90 i 

88 ii 

87' 
86 

S4£ 
83' 
83 
86i 
82 4 

79i 
791 



78^ 
76a 



FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

Lillie Sandmeier Proinoted 

Carrie Strauss " 

Nellie Conley " 

Mary Leyden " 

A nnie Barnard 

Nellie Nolan 

Julia Cleary 

Anastasia Cummings 

Jennie Clayburgh 

Emma Klaner 

Ella Kehoe Not examined 

Gracie Burke " ' 

FOrUTll tI,.\SS Second Division 

Laura Sandmeier Promoted 

Millie Boswell 

Katie Welch " 

Lizzie Kalstrom " 

Esther Leopold " 

Emily Lawless " 

iSLiry O'Donnell 

Bertha Simons " 

^lary .Spies " 

Mary Snowell 



88 
88 
86 
8.S 

84 
81 

79 
78 

74 
72 



89 
88 
86 
8s 
85 
84 
84 
84 

83 
82 



Sch. Ar. 
92 

90 
91 
9-' 
9-! 

89 



83 
86 



94| 

911 

903 
r-\ 

95| 
95 

9.'^l 
90| 
88| 

8.S|- 
9'| 
9-2 



Pep. At. 

100 

90 

7- 

97 

100 

100 

ICO 



92 

93 
89 

90 

93 
90 

9-' 
89 
89 

84 



9^ 
92 
95 
89 
94 
87 
88 
86 
86 

87 



96 



100 

94 
100 

97 
100 

65 
100 

95 

100 

100 

100 

96 

96 

97 
100 

85 

90 

90 

100 



100 
100 
93 
97 
100 
100 
100 

9^ 
99 
93 

75 

100 

94 
99 
86 
100 
99 

97 
98 

100 

100 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



33 



FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. Continued. 

Ida Ozier 

Katie O'Conner 

Mary Enright 

Mamie Casey 

Maggie Woods 

Ida Mayer 

Nettie Howard 

Bessie Cleary 

Bell McAuley 

Rosie Meehan 

Birdie McDonnell 

Jennie Winkler 

Fannie Gelder 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

N ellie Burke Promoted 

Cora Simpson " 

Minnie Conners " 

Clara Cudahy 

Stella Keenan 

Annie Leahy 

Annie Smith 

Lizzie McAuley 

Ada Beauchamp 

Nora Leyden 

Hedwige Boisvert 

Maude Blodgett 

Rosie Lindauer 

Katie Shanley 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Francis Paradise 

Jessie Jackson 

Mary Mahoney 

Maggie Murphy 

Nellie Mulloy 

Annie Hickey 

Katie Green 

Clara Reed 

Adaline Fant 

Lizzie Thomas 

Carrie Lowell 

SIXTH CLASS— First Division. 

Mary Dunn Promoted 

Susie VanSyckle " 

Annie Sandmeier " 

Lillie McAfFerty 

Maggie Bo wen 

Mamie Foote 

Mattie Tippet 

Katie Dalton 

Julia Coleman 

Marie Stearns 

Lizzie McQuaid 

Mamie Bon Held 

Etlie Westcott 



Ei. Av. 


Sch. Av. 


8i 


89 


8i 


90 


So 


87 


So 


86 


79 


88 


77 


84 


74 


79 


74 


80 


73 


87 


72 


72 


absent 


85 


i( 




94 


90 


90f 


90 


90t 


92 


85 


92 


82 


93 


81 


90 


80 


85 


80 


8S 


80 


90 


80 


90 


70 


88 


77 


87 


77 


88 


absent 




87 


88 


82 


91 


70 


86 


70 


84 


78 


86 


70 


89 


78 


87 


72 


75 


absent 


bS 


ii 


90 


li 


89 


90 


90 


b6 


89 


84 


90 


83 


90 


82 


90 


86 


90 


79 


85 


76 


85 


75 


90 


79 


86 


S2 


80 


78 


89 


77 


86 



Dep. At. 

94 
100 

100 

86 

100 

100 

77 
100 

91 
too 

98 

99 



TOO 

85 

97 

88 

97 
98 

85 
98 

100 
98 

100 

95 
100 



86 

97 

88 

91 

80 

89 

89 

80 

100 

100 

100 



93 
80 

85 
80 

98 
96 

79 

93 

100 

89 
85 
97 
99 



:i 



34 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



SIXTH CLASS— First Division. Continued 

Florence Young 

jSIaude Sherwood 

Kittie Clearv 

Lizzie Henry 

Bessie Brennan 

SIXTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Veronica Murphy 

Celia Cudahy 

Jennie ColHns 

Flora Heidweyer 

Charlotte Bussalb. 

SEVENTH CLASS. 

Jennie Weeks 

Maude Cleary 

Mary Hagan 

Mamie Johnson 

Nellie Cotter 

Cornelia Suprenant 

Delia Ellwood 

Annie Collins . . 

Lillie Meehan 

Sadie Strauss 

Jidiette Piquenard 

Fannie Campbell 

Lillie Carroll 

Mamie Bresnahan 

Maggie Bresnahan 

Nettie Traynor 

Mollie Haggerty 

Dawn Holly 

Mamie Brennan 

PRIMER. 

Jessie Woods 

Flora B. McDonald 

Nettie Jones 

Maggie Barton 

Ida Bradhurn 

Ursula Nutini 

Rosie Foote 

Amy Redfield 

Bessie Farrell 

Amy Rothschild 

Nellie O'Brien 

Bertha Mergentheim 

Mamie Berry 

Mamie Leahy 



X. At. 



78 
70 

70 
70 

absent 

93 
90 

82 

absent 



Sch. .tv. 

85 
85 
So 

78 
90 



90 
90 

89 
85 
S3 



Dep. At. 

79 
100 
100 

90 
. 90 



100 

100 

100 

90 

9.S 

95 
93 
98 
80 
90 

9-! 

89 

100 

ICO 

97 

89 

lOO 

100 
97 

97 
96 

98 
99 

9.S 

70 

82 
86 
85 
85 
7.S 
85 
98 
9.S 

lOO 

97 
8.S 
93 
95 



ST XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



3.S 



SECOND SESSION. 



Mar\ Thompson. 
Fannie Cleary . . . 
Maria Moore .... 

Mart Geary 

Maggie Mahony . 
Mary McDonnell 



Mamie Higgins 



.Sarah Hickey. 
Lizzie Tishe. . 



FIRST CLASS. 

Mary Barry Promoted 

Genevieve Higgms " 

Neliie Walsh 

Maggie Kehoe " 

Mary Norfolk 

Annie O'Brien " 

Verna Tanner " 



Ella Higgins. 
Dora Dole. . . 



Minnie Brady . 

SECOND CLASS. 

Matilda Baxter Promoted 

Mary Donnelly . " 

Johanna Sanders " 

Martha Bennett " 

Maggie Kellie " 

Nellie Neary 

Katie Manley 

Johanna Burke 

Lottie Mason 

Stella Florsheim 

Emma Callahan 

Nellie O'Brien 

Olive Hyde 

Annie Green 



Ex. Av. 



THIRD CLASS. 

Julia Mahonv Promoted 

Kate O'Farrell 

Evie Excell " 

Viola Hunter 

Cora Marsh 

Mary Quirk 

Mary Cudahy 

Alice Tynieson 

Aggie Tray nor 

Lizzie Cudahy 

Nellie Green 



THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

Katie Ort Promoted 

Mamie Green " 



^'ch. Av. 



97! 


97 


98 


97f 


96 


98 


97, 


94 


95 


964 


94 


97 


95f 


94 


96 


95i 


94 


97 


95 


94 


95 


94 


93 


97 


9^ 


94 


100 


96^ 


96 


99 


94-G 


96 


100 


94i 


95i 


99 


94f 


954 


99 


94 


95 


92 


9^ 


93 


98 


90 


94 


98 


«5 


93 


99 


94 


9^ 


86 


absent 


89 


98 


97 


96 


89 


94 


94 


100 


93 


94 


100 


95 


95 


90 


92 


91 


98 


92 


95 


91 




85 


90 


93 


97 


100 


81 


91 


60 


85 


91 


85 


84 


93 


98 


86 


97 


100 


89 


90 


96 


75 


80 


80 


88 


94 


100 


86 


96 


100 


85 


95 


98 


82 


9^ 


66 


82 


93 


99 


82 


91 


99 


81 


91 


88 


81 


99 


96 


80 


90 


96 


80 


89 


100 


75 


Si 





902 


94 


100 


87 'r 


93 


97 



Hep. iv 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



THIRD CLASS— Second Division. Continued. 

Delia Bergferon Promoted 

Clara Walker 

Stella Bonfield 

Katie Hastings " 

Katie Schoenhoften " 

Lillie Sandmeier 

Jessie McGlauchlin 

Lizzie Hussey 

Mar}- Leyden 

Alary Duggan 

Annie Hannegan 

Carrie Strauss 

Annie Ralph 

Fannie Mitchell 

Nellie Conley 

Rosie Gillespie 

Martha Plows 



FOURTH CLASS. 

Julia Cleary Promoted 

Nellie Nolan '• 

Jennie Clavbvirgh " 

Emma Klaner " 

Annie Barnard " 

Anastasia Cummings " 

Mary O'Donnell 

Katie Welch 

Laura Sandmeier 

Bertha .Simons 

Lizzie Kalstrom 

Millie Bosvvell 

Emily Lawless 

Mary Spies 

Esther Leopold 

Ella Kehoc 

Ida Mulrov 



Ex. Av. 



FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Nellie Burke Promoted 

Mary Snowell " 

Minnie Conners " 

Ida Ozier 

Marv Enright " 

BelfMcAuley 

Mamie Casey " 

Maggie Woods 

Ida Mayer 

Rosie Mustey 

Grace Richardson 

Bessie Cleary 

Cora Simpson 

Fannie Guelder 

Jennie Winkler 

Rosie Gillispie 

Clara Meath 

Rosie Meehan 

Katie O'Conner 



863- 

84f 

8.3 

83 

Sif 

79 
79 

79 
79 

78 

74 
80 
69 



88 
87 
84 
84 
84 
83 
So 

80 
80 



77 

7.S 

absent 



Srh. Av. 



91 
89 
88 
86 
85 
84 
83 

83 
80 

80 

81 

79 

77 

7.S 

75 
absent 



94, 

89! 
89! 



91* 
9ii 

88 

89 
91 
91 
90 
88 
90 
90 



94 
93 
90 

89 

93 
90 
90 

9^ 
9.^ 
80 

85 
91 
90 

95 
90 

79 



Hep. At 



100 

94 

78 

98 

60 

100 

90 

90 

91 

89 

100 

100 

99 

9^ 

51 
100 



99 
98 

9^ 

79 
100 

87 
96 

99 
100 

75 
75 
89 
95 

100 

100 

90 



93 


100 


95 


95 


91 


95 


96 


60 


93 


100 


87 


50 


87 


50 


95 


95 


88 


99 


89 


100 


87 


98 


87 


100 


89 


^5 


7(^ 


95 


75 


85 


79 


95 


80 


90 


85 


100 


95 


100 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



37 



FIFTH CLASS. 

Mamie O'Connell Promoted 

Rosie Lindauer " 

Annie Smith " 

Ada Beauchamp " 

Annie Leaiiy " 

Katie Shanley " 

Nora Leyden " 

Lizzie McAuley 

Stella Keenan " 

Hedwige Boisvert 

Annie Maher 

Minnie McCabe 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

Francis Paradise Promoted 

Katie Green 

Maggie Murpliy 

Mary Mahonev 

Annie Sandmeier 

Clara Reed 

Ella Leddy 

Susie VanSycle 

Jennie Maher 

Lillie Mc Aiierty 

Nellie MuUoy ." 

Mamie Dunn 

SIXTH CLASS. 

Marie Stearns Promoted 

Katie Dalton " 

Mamie Foote " 

Maggie Bowen " 

Julia Coleman " 

Veronica Murphy " 

Celia Cudahy " 

Mattie Tippet " 

Lizzie McQuaid " 

Kittie Clear\' ... 

Maud Sherwood 

Jennie Collins 

Alice Collins 

Gertie A nderson 

Jennie Weeks 

Mary Hagan 

Maud Clear}' 

Josie Mosher 

Lillie Carroll 

Pearl Hunt 

Flora Heidvveyer 

Effie Westcott 

Mamie Bonfield 

SEVENTH CLASS. 

Nellie Cotter 

Cornelia Surprenant 

LilHe Meehan 

Minnie Johnston 



Ex. At. 
93 


Scb. Av. 


I'tp. At. 


93 


83 


^7 


94 


98 


86 


83 


72 


94 


95 


91 


90 


93 


85 


91 


90 


85 


90 


93 


82 


91 


9J 


87 


91 


93 


87 


75 


92 


96 


86 


88 


90 


74 


89 


95 


90 


94 


76 


80 


86 


79 


79 


89 


90 


7^ 


87 


83 


74 


85 


100 


66 


80 


77 


68 


82 


80 


68 






absent 


92 


100 


a 


61 


60 


" 


86 


76 


L( 


82 


83 


90 


92 


83 


ss 


90 


85 


88 


93 


92 


«5 


93 


90 


92 


94 


90 


95 


95 


100 


86 


95 


100 


89 


92 


75 


84 


89 





71 


85 


85 


78 


82 


83 


84 


88 


80 


81 


84 


83 


80 


82 


8S 


75 


80 


90 


81 


80 


90 


75 


80 


85 


70 


75 


80 


70 


75 


90 


absent 


82 


100 


U 


80 


80 


ih 


85 


95 


u 


85 


85 


95 


90 


So 


83 


9CJ 


75 


85 


92 


100 


83 


85 


75 



38 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



SEVENTH CLASJ. Continued. 

Sadie Strouss 

Mary Keys .♦.".. 

Teresa Gavin '. . . 

Juliette Piquenard 

Mollie Haggarty 

Helena I'lrich 

Jennie Ehvood 

PRIMER. 

Annie Hudson 

Maude Molton 

Bessie McCleary 

Annie Rothschild 

Annie McNemara 

Mary Bowles 

Nettie Traynor 

Mamie Leahy 

Mary Quinlan 

Maggie Bowden 

Flora McDonald 

Fannie Sherwocd 

OUie Plows 

Nettie [ones 

Emma Cole 

Minnie Cole 

Mamie Berry 

Maggie Berry 



Ex. At. 


Sch. Av. 
So 


absent 


90 


88 


75 


83 


absent 


60 


u 


85 


n 


75 


ii 


85 




0- 








88 




80 




85 




75 




75 




78 




85 




88 




85 




8^ 




80 




75 




70 




75 




85 




60 




70 



Pep. Av. 

~^ 
100 

95 

75 
100 

95 
75 

100 

100 

90 

90 

90 

90 
90 
90 
100 
75 
75 
80 

S5 
So 
80 

75 
So 
So 



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nits f^i l^t ^^MhtxB. 



The pupils should remember that, in an institution of this kind, it 
would be impossible to preserve order without well established Rules ; 
and when these Rules are once understood, each young ladv should con- 
sider it her duty, not only to observe them strictly, but also to aid her 
companions in doing the same, thereby rendering a most acceptable 
assistance to her teachers, whose greatest pleasure amongst them, will be 
derived from their assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The first and most important Rule concerns their religious du- 
ties, which all will be required to attend functuully. 

id. Strict silence must be observed m all places, except during the 
time allowed for recreation, in the room appointed for that purpose ; but 
even during the hours set apart for recreation, it is never permitted in the 
halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall or any room in 
which all are assembled, without permission from the presiding Sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose 
of safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the Treasurer ; also, all 
jewelry^ except a breast pin, pair of ear-rings, and small chain. 

15th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once in 
two weeks. 

7th. The pupils are not allowed to make visits oftcner than once a 
month. 

8th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to ex- 
clude all others, or become remarkable; on the contrary, all should try to 
be sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, especially towards 
new pupils. 

9th. During the recreation hours, no work is permitted that will pre- 
vent the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the 
mind and preparing it for future study. 



40 ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



loth. No books brought to the Academy by the pupils, can be read 
without submitting them ibr inspection to their teacher. Letters are also 
subject to the inspection of the Directress. 

nth. No visits allowed, except at the appointed times, viz: IVed- 
uesdtiv afternoons and Sunday ; pupils who wish to give no ti-ouble, should 
be particular to notify their friends of this arrangement. 

i2th. Personal neatness, and a particular care of books, toilet articles, 
wearing apparel, etc , must be carefully attended to, as nothing like a 
slovenlv appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is careless in 
this respect, must expect to lose all good marks, as well as the respect of 
her companions and teachers. 

13th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms 
during the hours given tliem for practice, neither should they speak in 
those rooms. 

14th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room, during scliool or recrea- 
tion hours, without special permission. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS FOLLOWS: 

^Yi o'clock. Rise. ' 

634' " Morning Prayers and Mass. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by Recreation. 

8 " Study. 

9 " Recitation in respective class rooms. 
1 1 3^^ " Dinner and Recreation. 

mYz " Study. 

I " Recitation. 

4 " Luncheon and Recreation. 

s^Yz " Study. 

6 " .Sv:pper. Rosarv (for the Catholics). 

dYi " Recreation. 

8'4^ " Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respec- 
tive dormitiiries for the night. 



Studies will he resuinecl the First Monday in Sep- 
tember, and no young lady who is not then in attend- 
ance will he allowed, to compete for the Deportment 
Medal 




IN MEMORIAM 



liqht lev. Bii^hop Eolcu, B.D. 



Written far February 27 ^ 1879. 



Heaven's portals widely open. 
Angels, that day's mission done. 
Crowded round the throne of Jesus , 
Telling all the victories won. 
Holy deeds were there recorded, 
Some had sad, sad tales to tell ; 
Others whispered deeds of kindness. 
Tales which Jesus loves so well. 

Now a shining seraph hastened, 
Angel of a school was he, 
Tells he now how in a convent 
Children's hearts were bounding free. 
Bounding in anticipation, 
Of a fast approaching day, 
Feast of one whose earthly presence, 
Brightened up their young lite's way. 



How for weeks, they had been planning, 
Planning to delight that heart, 
Sparing naught that would give pleasure, 
Conjuring every childish art. 
Listening kindly, smiling sweetly, 
Unto them our dear Lord said, 
"Little know they that their shepherd 
Spends his feast witli us instead." 



42 ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Cherubs hear hi iovous wonder, 
Words that to their happy band! 
Add another star resplendent, 
\\'hile before the tlirone they stand. 
Seraphs Hnger while admiring 
Wisdom's ways so undefined. 
Dropping now a tear of sorrow. 
For the dear ones left behind. 

Yet, alas! those children knew not 

Of the word gone forth that day. 

While they planned and planned in earnest, 

Choosing recitations gay. 

Strange to say one piece selected 

For the daj^, they longed to see. 

Was the dirge like, sad " Inquiry," 

Where can happiness be ? 

Crushed our hearts, our spirits gloomy, 
At the dawn of that sad day. 
When we learned that death's cold an^el 
Bore our Father's soul awaj-. 
Little know we of life's crosses, 
Thus far light has been its care. 
Truly this has been the greatest 
Some of us have had to bear. 

Father, in thy Home eternal. 

Pray for thj' poor children here; 

Know that sinful chains may bind us, 

E\er are they clanking near. 

lieg that we as earth fades from us, 

Or its claims we fling aside, 

May say with thee, in truthful language, 

" To do my duty I have tried." 

Till the ceaseless waves of life 

Mingle with the silvery spray 

Of Eternity's great ocean, 

With us will thy memory stav. 

Then once more we'll gather round thee, 

As in the happy days q( yore; 

When our barks are safely anchored. 

And we rest on Heaven's shore. 



-Mary/ Thompson. 



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^"^ Academic Yeab ^^sO' 



PROSPECTUS 



^t. Xkvief ^ ffidaderqy 



CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 



This Institution first opened In 1846, is now permanently located on the corner of 
Wabash Avenue and Twenty-Ninth Street, about three miles from the center of 
the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious and well adapted 
to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected with the various sleeping 
apartments, and the entire building is heated by steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to health, and those 
parents and guardians who have patronized the Academy during the past years can 
give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation which exists, 
has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 2~th, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy enjoys all 
the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to secure order 
and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions, of five months eacli — the first 
session commencing on the first of September; the second on the first of February. 
A vacation of about one week is allowed at Christmas, when pupils are permitted to 
visit their parents if they desire it. If residents of the city they are permitted to do 
so once a month— generally the first Sunday of the month. , 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or friends ; visits on 
other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since study is necessarily interrupted 
thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the supervision 
of the Directress. 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no case leave (as is some- 
times the practice), just before the close of the year, without serious damage to their 
standing, besides forfeiting prizes. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



No deduction is made for tlie first two or last two weeks of the term, nor for 
absence except in cases of protracted sickness. 

As the practice of leaving just before the close of the year is a serious damage to 
the Interests of the Institution any pupil does so at the risk of her good standing. 

Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention, consistent with the 
spirit of a mild, but firm government, is paid to the comfort of the young ladies placed 
at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is taken to nourish in their minds those 
principles of virtue and religion which alone can render education profitable. Xo 
undue iiijinence is exercised over the religious opinions of non-Catholic pupils; how" 
ever, for the sake of order, all are required to conform to the external discipline of 
the Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to parents and 
guardians. 

At the annual distribution of premiums, those who have given evidence of polite 
and amiable deportment, are crowned by the Most Rev. Archbishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and useful educa- 
tion. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composition, History and Penman- 
ship. A certain portion of time is allowed each pupil for plain and ornamental 
needle-work, wax flowers, etc. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those only who take the full Academic 
Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the year, their session always commencing 
with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness and etiquette, and all that constitutes 
ladylike deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who may be found 
duly qiuilifled is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for boarders and day scholars. For the latter the 
Academy is opened at eight o'clock. 

Recitation commences at nine o'clock precisely, and continues until thtee 
o'clock p. M., with an intermission of three-quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion, depends in a 
great measure on their regular attendance at school, they .should never be encouraged 
in a desire to remain absent, except in case of illness. Parents should, also, see that 
they attend to evening study while at home, as it is useless to expect perfect recitation 
without private study. 

No youn* lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation hours except in 
extraordinary cases. 

References are required before admitting pupils into the Academy. 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMV, 



TERMS. 

(For Boarders.) 

PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS IN ADVANCE. 

Board and Tuition, in Englisli and Music, - - - $150 

Language!*, each, ....... lo 

Oil Painting, ........ 25 

Water Color, ........ 25 

Crayon. •-....... 25 

Harp. .--...... 40 

Guitar, ........ 30 

There are no other e.\tra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more sisters at the 
same time. 

Books, Stationery, etc., are furnished at the usual retail prices. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, suitable for 
each season,. Toilet articles, six towels, four table napkins, a knife and fork, tea- 
spoon, descrtspoon, and napkin ring, two yards of carpeting or a rug, two yards black 
net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required, except a large school apron of blue gingham 
which, for the sake of uniformity, may be procured at the institution. 



No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 
Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 

+ 



TERMS. 

(For Day Scholars.) 

PER QUARTER OF TEN WEEKS IN ADVANCE. 

Academic Department. 

English Branches, - - - • - - • SI'T 

Music, ... ...... 15 

Use of Piano, ....... 5 

Painting, for the Pupils, ...... 15 

" for those who do not attend school, - - 25 

Crayon, " 4. i. » - - - 25 

" for Pupils, ....... 15 

Drawing, .-..-.--. 5 

Guitar, - - - - - - - - • 15 

Intermediate Department. 

English Branches, for Juveniles, - ■ - - 10 

English Branches, for Minims, - - - - - 10 
Music, for Juniors, ....-.-10 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



Course of Studies. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT.— Second Division. 

Reading (Second and First Readers), Orthography, Penmanship, Practical 
Arithmetic, (Robinson's Rudiments), Object Lessons, 

First Division. 

Reading (Third Reader), Orthography, Grammar (Oral), Penmanship, Practical 
Arithmetic (Robinson's Rudiments), Intellectual Arithmetic (Robinson's Primary,) 
Object Lessons, Map-Drawing, Geography. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT —Second Division. 

Reading (Fourth Reader), Orthography, Penmanship, Arithmetic (Robinson's 
Practical and Mental), Grammar, Geography (Mitchell's Primary), Elementary Com- 
position, Etiquette, Christian Doctrine, Map-Drawing. 

First Division. 

Reading (Fourth Reader), Orthographic Dictation, Penmanship, Arithmetic 
(Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar (Brown's Institute), Geography 
(Mitchell's Intermediate), English Composition, Etiquette, Christian Doctrine, Map- 
Drawing, Object Lessons. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT.— Second Division, Second and Third Classes. 

Reading (Fifth and Sixth Readers), Orthographic Dictation, Penmanship, Com- 
position, Grammar (Brown's Institute), Arithmetic (Robinson's Practical and 
Mental), Physical Geography (Cornell's), Sacred History, Familiar Science (Peter- 
son'f). Physiology (Steel's), Etymology, Etiquette. General History, United States 
History, Map-Drawing, Algebra. 

First Division.— Graduating and First Classes. 

Reading (Sixth Reader), Penmanship Plain and Ornamental, Rhetoric and Com- 
position, Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, English Literature, 
Botany, Book-Keeping, Astronomy, Review of Geography and Grammar, Zoology, 
General History, Etiquette. 



Catalogue of Pupils. 

From Sept., 1880, to June, i88r. 



Adams, Clara Chicago, 111. 

Allen, May 

Allen, Nannie 

Anderson, Mauii 

Anderson, Angie 

Barrett, Mamie 

Bardon, Lizzie 

Bardon, Tessie 

Barnard, Annie ■ 

Barry, Mary > 

Baxter, Matilda 

Bennett, Martha 

Bergeron, Sophia Bourbonnais, 111 

Bergeron, Maria " " 

Bergeron, Delia " '" 

Bennef , Cornelia . . : 

Becklenberg, Maggie " 

Bouse, Mamif " 

Bonfield, Stella •.■ 

Bonfield, Maria " 

Bowen, Maggie " 

Bouden, ^Maggie " 

Brady, Minnie Bloomington, 

Brown, Evelyn Cherry Valley 



Louisville, Ky. 
Wahoo. 111. 

Chicago, 111. 



Canada. 
Chicago, 111. 



Chicago, 111. 



Brennan, Bessie. . . 
Brennan. Mamie. . . 
Bresnehan, Mamie. 
Burns, Mary... . . .. . 

Byrne, Mamie 

Bush, Ada 

Burke, Nellie 

Burke, Joe 

Casey, Mamie 

Cahill. Nellie 

Clinnin, Maggie 

Cleary, Bessie 

Cleary, Kittie 

Cleary, Maud 

Cleary, Julia 

Condon, Maggie..,. 

Conley, Mary . 

Conley, Geraldine.. 

Conley, Nellie 

Coneman, Bertie . . 

Comis, Annie 

Cotter, Nellie 

Cudahy, Lizzie 

Cudahy, Mary 

Cudahy, Clara 

Cudahy, Celia 

Daniel, Flora 

DeCampi, ISIary. .. . 



Chicago, 



Chebanse, 
Chicago, 

Huntley, 
Chicago, 



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Chicago, 111. 



DeCampi, Annie 

Dolan, Katie 

Dooker, Lottie 

Dorney, Lucy 

Dusgan, Marv 

Edwards, Mary 

Edwards, Minnie 

Enright^ Mary 

Excell, Evelyn *' " 

Fahey, Mary 

Fant, Evelyn 

it »k 

Farrell. Kate 

4h ii 

Farrell, Kittle 

Farrell, Bessie 

Fiorsheim, Stella Shreveport, La. 

Chicago, 111. 



Ferguson, Allie 

Foot, Mamie 

Ford, Laura 

Fogarty, Mary 

Franklin, Annie 

Frank. Sylvia 

Gavin, Teresa 

Glaser Nellie, 

Gottfried, Marguerite. 
Gottfried, Matilda. . . . 

Grady, Agnes 

Green, Annie 

Green. Nellie 

Green, Mamie 

Green, Kittie 

Griffin, Johanna 

Haffey, Mary 

Hagan, Mary 

Haggarty, Mollie 

Hannagan, Annie 

Hannis. Lillie 

Hannis, May 

Henderson, Ida 

Heidweyer, Flora 

HeSron, Annie 

Higgins, Ella 

Higgins, Genevieve.. 

Holt, Abbie 

Hooley, May 

Holt, Beatrice 

Holloway, Annie 

Holloway, Fannie 

Hucper, Rosamond.. 

Hussey, Lizzie 

Hunter, Viola 

Hunt. Pearl 

Hudson, Annie 

Hyde, Olive Blanche 

Johnson, Minnie 

Jones, Nettie 

Kane, Annie 



Boston, Mass. 
Chicago, 111. 



Winchester, 
Chicago, 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



Kane, Jennie 

Kehoe, Maggie 

Kelly, Katie 

Kelly, Maggie 

Kuh, Isabel 

Lacy, Maud 

Langpein, Helena. 

Leopold. Esther... 

Leddy, Ella 

Leyden, Nora 

Lonsdale, Nellie... 

Lott, Nellie 

Lowry, Addle. ... 

Lippincott, Hanna. . 

Lyons, Ellen 

Lyman, Ida 

Martin, Lena. . . 

Maliony, Mary 

Marbel, Mary 

Mattis, Kittle 

Mattis, Clara 

Mangan, Jennie 

Marsh, Cora 

Maher, Annie 

McCabe, Minnie 

McCleary, Bessie.. . 
McDonnell, Birdie. 
McMeekin, Carrie.. 
McQuaid, Lizzie.. . 

Meehan, Rosie 

Meehan, Lillie. ... 

Meyer, Mamie 

Mitchell, Fannie 

Mulloy, Cora 

Murphy, Mary 

Murphy, Maggie . . . 
Murphy, Maggie... 

Mueller, Minnie 

Murphy, Veronica.. 
Molten, Maude.... 
Montague, Mamie.. 
Moakley, Laura. . . . 
Myers, Helen May. . 
Nolan, Nellie.. .. 
Norfolk, Mary.. .. 

Newman, Carrie 

O'Brien, Agnes. . . . 

O'Brien, Nellie 

O'Brien, Rosie 

O'Brien, Josie 

0"Conner, Mary. 

O'Connell, Mary 

O'Donnell, Mary... 

O'Leary, Nellie 

O'Leary, Mamie 

O'Neil, Mary 



Chicago, 111. 



Keokuk, Iowa. 
Chicago, 111. 



DeKalb, 

Chicago, 

Waukegan, 

Chicago, 



Columbus, O. 
Chicago, 111. 



Rockford. 
Chicago, 



Charleston, 
Chicago, 



Charleston, 
Chicago, 



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O'Neil. Hanna Chicago, 111. 

O-Xeil, Mary " 

Ohnstein. Xora '" " 

Ozier, Ida " '" 

Paradise. Francis 'Memphif. Tenn. 

Pa yiu'. Julia Chicago. 111. 

Piquenard. Juliette " " 

Prindeville, Esther 

t^uinlaii. Mary " " 

Quirk. Mary " 

Ralph. Annie '• 

Relyea. Minnie • " " 

Richardson. Grace " '" 

Rietz. Minnie " 

Ross ; 

Sanders, Joe " " 

Sandei-s. Mollie '■ " 

Sanduieyer, Lillie '• " 

Sandnieyer, Laura " " 

Sandmeyer. Annie " " 

Schwab, Lottie " " 

Shanley. Katie " 

Shonessy. Mary 

Sincere, Lottie • " " 

Sherwood. Fannie Green Bay. Mich. 

Sherwood, Maude Chicago, 111. 

Simpson, Cora '■ 

Smith. Mary " 

Smith. Ida .,. '• 

Smith. Stella 

Snowell, Mary " 

Stewart, Maggie " 

Spies, Mary '• 

Spies. Edna '• 

Straus, Carrie 

Stringer, Mary. " 

St. Claire. Maude Prophets Town. 

Stearns. Marie Chicago. •' 

Surprinant, Cornelia ButeCity,Montana. 

Sweeny. Annie Cliicago, 111. 

Tanner, Verna " " 

Thornton. Maggie " " 

Tray nor. Aggie " " 

Traynor, Nettie " '• 

riricli. Lena " '• 

Webster, Delia Momence. " 

Walsh. Nellie Chicago. •■ 

Walker. Clara Lemont, '• 

Walsh. Nellie Chicago, '• 

Welch, Katie " 

Wells. Tillie 

Weeks. Jennie " " 

White. Maggie Pearl " " 

Wirt. Mamie " " 

Woods. Maggie. . ( irand Jnnct..Tenn 

Wolf. Clara Chicago, 111. 

Woods. Babv ... 

Wright. Mabel 



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OVERTURE— Caliph of Bagdad, .... BoUdien 

Misses Neville, Brady, Burke, M. Murpht, Kuh. Excell, 
Bergeron, Bonfield. 

WELCOME CHORUS, - - - Woi-cls by Miss M. Barry 

Accompanied by Miss M. St. Claire. 



SALUTATORY. 

Miss G. HiGGiNs. 



PIANO-FORTE— La Tendresse, - - - . BoUmaii 

Misses N. Green, Moaklet, Shaughne.sst, Wolfe, Ozier, 

Quirk, Steel, O'Donnell. 

VOCAL TRIO— Se mi Prestasse, .... Garcia 

Misses Farrell, Gottfried, Margarita Gottfried, 

Accompanied by Miss Mueller. 

FLOWERS OF MEMORY— Essay, - - - Miss N. Walsh 

PIANO-FORTE— Magic Flute, - * - - - Dressier 

Misses CuMMiNGS, O'Connor, K. Cleart, Hunt, L. Bardon, Bbacchamp, 

Paradise, White, T, Bardon, B. Cleary, Stearns, Murphy. 

LIVE FOR SOMETHING— Essay, - - - Miss M. Barry 

JUNIORS'' CHORUS. - - Accompanied by Matilda Gottfried 

DUET— Harp and Piano-forte— Last Rose of Summer, - - Bochsa 

Misses G. Higgins and Margarita Gottfried. 



12 ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 

PIAKO-FORTE— Polka Brilliant, .... Jackson 

Misses M. Y. Murphy, Steel, Conlet, Casey, K. Welch, 
Simpson, Hannegan, EnrighT. 

"VOCAL SOLO— Ave Maria, - - - - -St. Clair 

Miss M. Norfolk.— Accompanied by Miss Margarita Gottfried. 

YOUTHFUL ARDOR- Essay, - ' - - Miss M, Agnes 0-Brien 

PIANO-FORTE QUARTETTE— Belisario, - - - Goria 

Misses M. Norfolk, Margarita Gottfried, M, St. Claire, M. Mueller. 

FRIENDSHIP-Essay, .... Miss L. Dooker 

VOCAL CLASS— Hope, • - - ' - . Rossini 

Accompanied by Miss M, Norfolk, 

PIANO-FORTE— Mareh de Nnit, .... Gottschalk 

Misses Marsh, Mangan, Casey, Ohnstein, Mitchell. 

ExcELL, Shaughnessy, Hunter. 

MUSIC OF NATURE-Essay, .... Miss B. Kuh 

VOCAL DUET— Les Fauvettes, .... Bordese 

Misses Mueller & Dooker,— Accompanied by Miss N. Lott. 

PLiNO-FORTE SOLO-Polonaise Mignon, - - - Pease 

Miss M. Norfolk. 

CORIOL.\NUS— Poem, . - - - . Miss M. Kehoe 

PIANO-FORTE— Caprice Hongroise, .... Ketterer 

Misses Dooker. Walsh, Lott, Florsheim, A. Grkbn, 

M. Gottfried, Brown, Sanders. 



VALEDICTORY. 

Miss M. Norfolk. 

FARE^YELL CHORUS, ..... Graduates 

Accompanied by Miss M. Brady. 

(gistribiitioii of (growns, (Medals and (premiums. 



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JOE SANDERS. 
AGNES GRADV. 
MARY QUIRK. 
MAMIE GREEN. 



MARTHA BENNEIT. 
CORA MARSH. 
DELIA BERGERON. 
ANNIE GREEN. 
NELLIE GREEN. 



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Miss May Norfolk, 



Miss Genevieve Higgins, 



Miss Agnes O'Brien, 

Miss Mary Barry, 



Miss Nellie Walsh, 



Miss Maggie Kehoe, 



Miss Belle Kuh, 



Miss Lottie Oool<er. 



THE 









AND CROWNS 



AWARDED TO 



Miss Ella Higglns, 



Miss Minnie Brady, 



Miss Joanna Sanders, 



Miss Mary Neville, 



Miss Martha Bennett, 



Miss Matilda Baxter, 



Miss Maude St. Claire, 



Miss Maggie Clinnin, 



Miss Evelyn Brown. 



FIRST CROWNS. 



Miss Marguerite Gottfried, 
Kate Farrell, 
Agnes Grady, 
Nannie Allin, 
Jennie Mangan, 
Mamie Fahey, 
Lillie Bardon, 
Nellie Cahill, 
Mary Enright, 
Mary Stringer, 
Geraldine Conley, 
Mamie Barrett, 
Marie Bergeron, 

Miss Annie 






Miss Joanna Burke, 
" Nellie O'Brien, 
" Delia Bergeron, 
" Annie Hanagan, 
" Sylvia Frank, 
Esther Leopold, 
Tessie Bardon, 
Bessie Cleary, 
Nora Ohnstein, 
Veronica Murphy, 
Maggie Bowen, 
Jennie Kean, 
Pearl Hunt, 
Hudson. 






SECOND CROWNS. 



Miss Evie Excell, 

Matilda Gottfried, 
KiTTiE Farrell, 
Lillie Sandmeyer, 
Mary Quirk, 
Laura Sandmeyer, 
Mary Spies, 
Mary O'Donnell, 
Celia Cudahy, 
Annie Sandmeyer, 
Mary Brennan, 
Edna Spies, 



Miss Minnie Mueller, 
Laura Moakley, 
RosiE O'Brien, 
Cora Marsh, 
Nellie Nolan, 
Nellie Burke, 
Rose Meehan, 
Mamie Foote, 
Bessie Brennan, 
Mary Hagarty, 
Katie Halloway, 
Sophia Begeron. 



READING. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

The Gold Medal Maggie Kehoe 

Second Premium Genevieve Higgins, M. Barry 

Third "■ Lottie Dooker 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Minnie Brady, M. Baxter 

Second " Joanna Sanders 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Evelyn Excell 

Second '• Nellie O'Brien 

Third " ■ Marguerite Gottfried 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Division. 

First Premium Cora Marsh, Nannie Allin 

Second '• Rosie O'Brien, Lizzie Cudahy 



First Premium. 
Second '• 
Third 



THIRD CLASS. 
Second Division. 



..Sylvia Frank 

. . Mary Fahey 

. Annie Barnard 



FOURTH CLASS, 



First Premium. 
Second " 
Third 



First Division. 



Nellie Cahill 

.Mary O'Donnell, Mary de Campi 
Esther Leopold 



FOURTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

First Premium Celia Cudahy 

Second " Katie Shanley 

Third " Mary OConnell 



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FIFTH CLASS. 






Fir.st Division. 




First Premium.... ... 

Second " 


- 


Geraldine C'onlev 




Koni O'Niel 




FIFTH CLASS. 






Second Division. 




First Premium 

Second '* ..^ .. . 




Katie Dalton 

. . . Bpmsip RrpnTiUTi 


Third ^' .,. 




IVlamip RowpTi 




SIXTH CLASS. 






First Division. 




First Premium. .... . 

Second •" 




. Pearl Hunt, Nellie Cotter 
Mary Hagan, Marj' Barrett 




l^RIMER. 


First Premiiun 




SoT^hia Rero'eron 


Second " 








PENMANSHIP. 






ORNAMENTAL. 




Gold Pen ..., 






First Premium 




Nellie Walsh 


Second " 




. .Mary Bradv 


i Third '" 




. . .Mary Barrv, M. Ivehoe 




PLAIN PENMANSHIP. 




• 


Graduate Class. 




Gold Pen 




Nellie Walsh 


Second Premium 

Third " 




Marv Agues O'Brien 




.Marv Barrv 


Fourth *> 




Ella Hi2<rins 


A 


FIRST CLASS. 




First Premium 




Maude St. Claire 


Second " 




..Mary Neville 


Third " 




.Maffifle Olinnin 




SECOND CLASS. 




First Preminm . 






Second '■ 




Matilda Gottfried 


Third " ' ... .. 




Nellie O'Brien 







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THIRD CLASS. 




First Premium 


' 


Ao'■u**^ druflv 


Second ■" 






Third - 





. .Fannie Mitchell, M, Murphy 




FOURTH CLASS. 
First Division. 




First PreiJiium 






Second •" 






Third " 








FOURTH CLASS. 






Second Division. 




First Premium .. 




TCatip Shfliilpv 


Second " 






Tliird " 




(Virnplia Rpnut* 




FIFTH CLASS. 




First Premium 




iVfjirif* Stpiirns 


Second " 






Third " 




. . \lat'"'Jn(* Whitf* 




SIXTH CLASS. 




First Premium 






Second " 




Mai'y Burns 




GRAMMAR. 






FIRST CLASS. 




First Premium 






Second " 




Evelyn Excell 


Third " 




, Marguerite Gottfried 




SECOND CLASS. 




First Premium 




... IVlainit* Orepii 


Second " 




Nellie Oonlev Viola Hunter 


Third " 








THIRD CLASS. 




First Premium 






Second " 




Nellie Nolan 


Third " 




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FOURTH CLASS. 






First Division. 




First Premium... . 






Second " ... 




Mary Stringer 


Tliird " 




Mary O'Donnell 


. 


. FOURTH CLASS. 






Second Division. 




First Premium 

Second " 








Rosie Meehau 


Third ■' 




Tessie Bardon 




FIFTH CLASS. 










First Premium 






Second " 




Mary Mahonev 




FIFTH CLASS. 






Second Division. — Object Lessons. 




First Premium 

Second " 




. . . Annie Sandmeyer 




Ka-tie Olearv 


Tliird '• 




Lizzie McQuaid 




SIXTH CLASS. 




First Premium 




Jeiwiiie Kane 


Second " ... 




Annie Hudson 




ORTHOGRAPHY. 






SECOND CLASS. 




Fir^t Premium 




..Stella Florsheim 


Second ''" 




Olive Hyde 


Tliird 




Mary Cudahy 




THIRD CLASS. 






First Division. 




First Premium ... 


Nellie 


Conley. Nellie Nolan 
Aggie Traynor 


Second " .... 




Third 




Lillie Sandmeyer 




THIRD CLASS. 






Second Division. 




First Premium 


Sylvia Frank, MaryHafifey | 


Second ^' 




..M. Murphy 


Tliird " 




Laura Sandmeyer 





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FOURTH CLASS. 






First Division. 


1 


First Premium . . ... 
Second " 





, 5Iary O'Connell 

. . . . \da Beauchauip 


Third 


FOURTH CLASS. ' 


.^.-..Rosie Meehaii 


First Premium 


Second Division. 


.., ... ,MaJ7 Stringer 


Second " 




Mary O'Doiinell 


Tliird " 




Esther Leopold 


FIFTH CLASS, 


1 




First Division. 


1 


First Premium 




^..NbiaO-Nlel 

(ieraldine Conley ! 


Second •' 






FIFTH CLASS. 
Second Division. 


« ' 


First Premium 

Second " . 

Third ■' 




VertMiica Murphy 

Annie Sandmeyer 

. Maggie Bowen j 

-r^ ... Alinnie Edwards 1 


Fourth " ...... 








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1 




First Division. 


I 


First Premium ... . 
Second " 





. . ,Xellie Cotter, J- Kean 
Mary Burns, M. E, Hagan 

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SIXTH CLASS. 




Second Division. 


First Premium 

Second " 


X 


::llie 0"Leai-y, F, Sherwood 


Third " 




Mary Marble 




MATHEMATICS. 




Gold Medal 


ARITHMETIC. — FIRST CLASS; i 
- 'Mafi^e CBnnin 


Second Premium. . . . 




Martha Bennett 




SECOND CLASS. 




First Premium 


^ Ague 


s Grady, Matilda Gottfried 
Evelvn Exrell 


Second " 




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THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Annie Hanagan 

Second " Mary Ciulaliy 



THIRD CLASS. 

Second Division. 

First Premium — Nellie Burke 

Second " Delia Bergeron 

Third " Nellie Conley 

FOURTH CLASS. 

rirf?t Division. 

First Premium M. Stringer, M. Fahey 

Second " J. Mangan, M. O'Neil 

Third " S. Franlj, L. Bardon 

FOURTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

First Premium Celia Cudahy 

Second " Tessie Bardon 

Third " Katie Shanley 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Division. 

First Premium * NoraO'Niel 

Second " Mary Malioney 

FIFTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

First Premium Matilda Lavarron 

Second " Veronica Murpliy 

Third " MoUie Sanders 

SIXTH CLASS. 

First Division. 

First Premium M. Barrett, P. Hunt 

Second '• .A. Hudson, M. Bergeron 



SIXTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

First Premium Clara Mattis 

Second " M. Brennan, A. Kean 



26 


ST. xavier's academy. 


Gold Medal 


ALGEBRA. 

FIRST CLASS. 
Nellie Walsh 


Second Preminm 

First Premium 


.Martha Bennett 

SECOND CLASS. 
fToanna. TiurlvO 


Second " 




Third " 


fToanna Sanders 


First Premium 


GEOMETRY. 

, . Martha Bennett 


Second " 

Gold Medal 


HISTORY. 

FIRST CLASS. 

General History. 
. . . . Martha Bennett 


Second Piemium .. 
Third " 


M. Brady, M. Baxter, M. St. Claire 

E. Higgins. M. Neville, E. Brown 


Third " 

First Premium 

Second " .. .. 
Third " 


THIRD CLASS. 

• 

General History. 

M. Green, A. Grady 

D. Bergeron, N. Gr«en 

Rosie O'Brien 


First Premium 


THIRD CLASS. 
Second Division.— U. S. History. 


Second " 

Third " 


S.Bonfleld, M. Murphy 


First Premium. 


COMPOSITION. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 
. . .. Alary Agnes O'Brien 


Second " .. . 


Maggie Kehoe 


Third " 


Mary Norfolk 





ST. xavier's academy. 


27 




FIRST CLASS. 




Gold Medal 




Matilda Baxter 


First Premium 




Maude St. Claire 


Second " 




..M. Cllnnln. E Brown 


Third " 




Mary Neville 




SECOND CLASS. 




First Premium 






Second " 




Marguerite Gottfried 


Third " 




. . Kate Farrell 




THIRD CLASS. 






First Division. 




First Premium 




.. .V. Hunter, C. Marsh 


Second " 




M. Quirk 


Third " 




N. Allln 




THIRD CLASS. 






Second Division. 




First Premium 




Kittle Welch 


Second " 




...P.Mitchell, N. Burke 


Third " 




Mary Haffey 




FOURTH CLASS. 






First Division. 




First Premium 




.... M. OX'onner 


Second '' 






Third " 




E. Leopold 




FOURTH CLASS. 






Second Division. 




First Premium 




M. O'Connell 


Second *' ... 




K. Shanley 


Third " 




N. Ohnstein 


• 


BIBLE HISTORY. 






FIRST CLASS. 




First Premium .... 




....J. Sanders, M. Neville 


Second " 




.M riinniii M. Bennett 





1 


28 


ST. xavier's academy. 






SECOND CLASS. 




First Premium .... 






Second " 




Addie Lowrv 


Third 




Kittie Farrell 




THIRD CLASS. 




First Premium. . . . 






Second " 


A. T 


-aj-ner, M. Shonessy 
. Lillie Sandmeyer 


Third 






CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 






FIRST CLASS. 




First Premium 


J 


Sinders. "M Baxter 


Second " .... 




M. Clinnin 




SECOND CLASS. 




First Premium 

Second 
Third 




Nellie O'Brien 




.Mary Cudahv ' 




. Laura Moaklev 




THIRD CLASS. 






Fu>t Division. 




Gold Medal 

First Premium . . 




..Lillie Sandmeyer 
Nolan, R. O'Brien 


Nellie 


Second " .... 






THIRD CLASS. 






Second Division. 




First Premium.-.. 


"\I. F. 


hey, L. Sandiiieyor 

gan, A. Cummiui^'s 

Kitit* Weli'li 


Second •' 
Third 


A. Han: 




FOURTH CLASS. 






First Division. 




First Premium 




Neliie Cahill 


Second •' 




Mary O'Neil 


Tliird 




Lizzie Bardon 




FOURTH CLASS. 




Second Division. 




First Premium 




. . Ada Beaucliamp 


Second " 




Tessie Bardon 


Tliird •• 




Katie Shanley 


t 



ST. xavier's academy. 29 




FIFTH CLASS. 




First Division. 


Fiv!<t Premium 


Mamie Foote 


Second •' 


Celia Cudaliy 




FIFTH CLASS. 




Second Division. 


First Premium. 


. .. Mamie Edwards 


Second "■ 


, . Bessie Brennaii 


SIXTH CLASS. 


FiJ-st Premium 


Maria Bergeron 




PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 




SECOND CLASS. 


First Premium 


Matilda Gottfried 


Second " 
Tliird 


Kittie Farrell 


Addie Lowry 




INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY. 




THIRD CLASS. 


First Premium. 
Second " 
Tliird 


Annie Barnard 


. Jennie Mungan 


Anastasia Cummings 


FOURTH CLASS. 




First Division. 


First Premium 


M. O'Connor, Ida Ozier 


Second " 




Tliird 


Lizzie Bardon 




FOURTH CLASS, 




Second DSvision> 


First Premium 

Second " 
Tliird 






IVTarv O^Cminor 





3° 


ST. xavier's academy. 






PRIMARY GEOGRAPHY. 






FIFTH CLASS. 






First Division. 




Firsit Premium 




Nellie O'Neil 


Second " 




..Geraldine Conley 




FIFTH CLASS. 






Second Division. 




First Premium. .. 




Beatrice Holt 


Second " 




. . Mary Smith 


Third 




Katie Cleary 









MAP DRAWING. 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Division. 

First Premium N. Green. A. Grady 

Second " S. Bonfield, N. Allin 

Third " K. Hastings, M. Duggau 

THIRD CLASS. 

Second Division. 

First Premium Jennie Mangan 

Second '• Sylvia Frank 

Third " Nellie Burke 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Division. 

First Premium Mary Spies 

Second " Mary O'Neil 

Third " Nellie Caliill 

FOURTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

First Premium N. Ohnstein. C. Simpson 

Second " Katie Shanley 

Third " Celia Cudahy 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Division. 

First Premium Geraldine Conley 

Second " : Mary Mahoney 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 3I 



NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 



First Premium Mary Norfolk, G. Higgins 

Second " Agnes O'Brien, M. Barry 

Third " Belle Kuh, Lottie Dooker 



ASTRONOMY, 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Agnes O'Brien, M. Norfolk, B. Kuh 

Second " G. Higgins, N. Walsh 

Third " Maggie Kehoe 



CHEMISTRY. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 



First Premium G. Higgins, N. Walsh, M. Barry 

Second " L. Dooker, M. Norfolk 

Third " M. Kehoe, A. O'Brien 



ZOOLOGY. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium M. Kehoe, M. Barry 

Second " G. Higgins, L. Dooker, B. Kuh 

Third " M. Norfolk, N. Walsh 



BOOK-KEEPING. 

GRADUATE CLASS, 

First Premium Agnes O'Brien 

Second " Genevieve Higgins 

Third " Belle Kuh, Nellie Walsh 



RHETORIC. 



FIRST CLASS. 



First Premium E. Higgins, M. Brady, M. Bennett 

Second " iM. St. Claire, M. Clinnin 

Third " Mary Neville 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



LITERATURE. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Fii>t Premium B. Kuh, M. BMiiiett, M. St. Claire 

Second " J. Sanders, E. Brown, AI. Neville 

Third " M. Baxter, M. Clinnin 

SCIENCE.— (Familiar.) 

First Premium Joanna Burke 

Second " Stella Florsheiui 

Third " Jl arguerite Gottfried 



ETYMOLOGY. 

First Premium Annie Green 

Second " . Addie Lowry 

Third " ■ Katie Farrell 

MUSIC. 
Gold Medal Mary Norfolk 

INSTUMENTAL. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Margueriete Gottfried 

Second " M. St. Claire. M. Mueller 

Third " N. Lolt, M. Gottfried 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium. . A. Green. S. Florsheim 

Second " Mary Slionessy, M. Casey 

Third " Alamie Steele 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium J. 'Mangan. N. Ohnstcin 

Second " ....M. Brady, E. Excell, C. Mar«h 

Third " Maggie Murphy 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Ada Beauchamp 

Second " Mary O'Connor 

Third " Pearl Hunt, K. Cleary 

VOCAL MUSIC. 

First Premium M. IMueller, L. Dooker 

Second '• M. Gottfried, K. Farrell 

HARMONY. 

First Premium Mary Norfolk 

Second " Marguerite Gottfried 





ST. xavier's academy 






33 




DRAWING. 








First Premium.... 








. . . Martha Bennett 


Second " 








Evie Excell 


Third 








Nora Ohnstein 




OIL PAINTING. 








First Premium 








Nellie Lotl 


Second " 








Lizzie Tiglie 




PASTELLE PAINTING. 






Fir.-it Premium 

Second " 








Evelyn Brown 








...Matilda Baxter 


Third 


GERMAN. 






..Maude St. Claire 


First Premium 






.Marguerite Gottfried 

Minnie Mueller 

Maggie Murphj- 


Second " 




... 


Third 







GERMAN PENMANSHIP. 






First Premium. . . 










Second " 








. . . Maggie Clinnin 




FRENCH. 










FIRST CLASS. 








Matilda Baxter. 


Ne 


lie 


Lott. 




SECOND CLASS. 








First Premium 










Second " 












THIRD CLASS. 








First Premium.. . . 
Second " ... 
















.Ada Beauchamp 




LACE WORK. 








First Premium . . . 








RaIU. a Kiih 


Second " 
Second " 




.N. 


Ohnstein, M. Mueller 













34 ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 

KENSINGTON EMBROIDERY. 

First Premium Maiule St. Claire 

Second " Stella Florsheim 

TAPESTRY. 

First Preniiuni Evelyn Brown 

Second " S. Florsheini, S. Bonfiekl, A. Green 

SILK EMBROIDERY. 

First Premium Mary Quirk 

Second " Minnie Mueller 

CHENILLE EMBROIDERY. 

Premium Belle G. Knh 




JK^amiiuifion, Mliolar^hi|} & ije|jai[{ment 



AVERAGES 



First Session. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 


Ex. Av. 


SCI1.AV. Lep.A?. 


Genevieve Hlggins 


96 5-6 
94 6-7 
94 6-7 
94 4-7 

94 4-5 
94 
9414 

92 " 

96 1-7 

95 5-7 
95 3-7 
94 2-7 

93 3-7 
92 5-7 
92 5-7 
92 1-7 

• 92 

87 
87 
86 
85 

a5 

85 
83 
82 
82 
81 
80 

mi 

86 3-5 

84 
86 
831/2 


951/2 
94 1-6 

94 2-7 
93?^ 
90 
9314 
91 

88 

« 

95 1-5 
96/2 
94 1-5 
93 

96 

93 2-5 

941/2 

93 

95 

91 

90 
90 
94 
91 

88 
86 
91 
81 
82 
83 
84 
81 

89 
93 
91 
91 

88 


" 100 


Mary A^aies OBrien 

Nellie Walsh 

Mary Barry 


100 
98 

98 


Mary Norfolk 


95 


Maggie Kelioe 

Isabel Kuh 

Lottie Dooker 


98 

100 

90 


FIRST CLASS. 
Maude St. Claire 


97 


Matilda Baxter 

Minnie Brady 

Mag£;ie Clinnin 


98 
100 
100 


Martha Bennett 


96 


Ella Higgins 

Mary Neville 


99 
99 


Joanna Sanders 


100 


Ma22ie Kcllv 


99 


Stella Bass 

SECOND CLASS. 
Julia Mahony 


98 
98 


Nellie O'Brien 


96 


Marguerite Gottfried 


98 


Evelvn Excell 


91 


Stella Florsheim 


85 


Annie Green , 


84 


:Matilda Gottfried 


90 


Olive Hyde 


91 


Kittie Farrell 


90 


Kate Farrell 


100 


Addie Lowry . . ... 


89 


Lena Martin 


95 


THIRD CLASS. 

First Division. 
Mary Cndahy Promoted 

Minnie Mueller " 


93 
100 

98 
100 


Mamie Green 


90 



36 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Viola Hunter. 
Nt^llie Green 
Mary Quirk. ... 
Aggie Traynor. . 

Cora ^Slarsh 

Katie Hastings . 
Lizzie C'udahy. .. 
Delia Bergeron.. 
jMaggie .Murphy 
Xaunie Allin ... 
Stella Bontield.. 
Annie Ralph . .. 
Helen Meyers. .. 
Clara Walker . . . 



THIRD CLASS. 
First Division. — Cont'd. 




THIRD CLASS. 

Second Division. 

Lillie Sandmeyer Promoted 

!Mary Slianghnessy " 

Xellie Conlev " 

I<ellie Nolan" " 

Mary Duggan . . " 

Rose O'Brien " 

IVIamie Murphy 

Julia Clearv 

Miny Halifey 

Annie Hanagan 

Xellie Lyons 

Jennie Siangan 

Fannie Mitchell 

Kittle Ivelly Not examined 

M ary Leyden " " 

Annie Bainard ... '• " 

Delia Wooster 

Carrie Strau»s 

Annie Hetf ron 

Sylvia Frank 

Clara Adams 

Mamie Hooley 



FOURTH CLASS. 

First Division. 

Xellie Bnrke Promoted 

Laura Sandmeyer " 

Mary Fahev " 

Kal ie Welch 

Esther Leopold 

4!Mary O't'onners 

Marv Casey 

♦-Mary O'Donell 

•^INInry Spies 

■/ Lillie Bardon 

Mary Strin>;er 

VMarv de Cam pi 

« XelHe Cahill 

Carrie McMeekin.. . 

Marv F. Snowell 

Ida bzier 

M arv Em-ight , 

Mary O'Xeil 



FOURTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

Grace Richardson Promoted 

Rosie Heeper , . . '• 

(^lara Cndahy 

Xora Ohnstein 



81 

80 

80 

80 

79'4 

79 

r8!/2 

75 



85 
85 
84 
83 
83 
83 
85 
79 
78 
75 
75 
75 
73 



90 
88 
90 
87 
91 
87 
87 
89 
85 
87 
82 
81 
88 
82 



90 
89 
88 
89 
88 
89 
86 
88 
85 
84 
84 
86 





87 


.\bsent. 


93 


'• 


88 




85 




80 




80 




82 


8G 


94 


S5 


91 


84 


89 


84 


89 


82 


92 


81 


91 


81 


88 


81 


87 


SO 


87 


79 


91 


78 


87 


1 1 


69 


1 < 


91 


75 


82 


74 


8o 


73 


82 


71 


85 


\bsent. 


85 




83 


84 


92 


83 


89 


82 


89 


81 


87 1 



9l5 
93 
95 
93 
95 
1(X) 
87 
98 
87 
93 
97 
89 



100 
96 
81 
95 
99 
99 
90 
95 
87 
100 
100 
100 
98 
80 
80 
95 
99 
99 
98 
100 
92 
91 



100 

100 

100 

91 

100 

78 

75 

93 

96 

100 

99 

89 

100 

90 

90 

74 

98 

90 

93 



95 
95 

88 
100 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



37 



FOURTH CLASS. 

Second Division. — Cont'd. 
Jessie Bardon ... 


EX.AV. 


Scl. AV. 


Dep AV. 


81 
79 
79 
78 
70 
74 
72 
70 
ti9 
Absent. 

85 

to 

78 

i i 

70 
Absent. 

87 
85 
85 
80 
80 
80 
79 
79 
75 
70 
71 
65 
Absent. 

90 
90 
87 
85 
85 
85 
83 
83 
82 
79 
78 
79 
75 
50 


89 
81 
86 
85 
83 
S3 
77 
89 
80 
86 
80 
86 
72 
72 

91 
89 
88 
89 
85 
91 
89 
84 
83 
i'l 
8o 

87 
91 
89 
88 
83 
87 
88 
81 
81 
80 
85 
68 
90 
86 
92 
83 
91 
90 
85 

9T 
89 
87 
89 
85 
86 
86 
89 
85 
87 
79 
85 
80 
79 


100 


Rosie Meehun 

Ada Beauchamp 

Mary O'Connell 

Bessie Cleary 

Cora Simpson 

Nora Leyden 

Katie Slianley. , - 

Cornelia Beinier 

Birdie McDonald 

Flora Daniels . 


95 

80 
80 
99 
73 
92 
i8 
88 
94 
SO 
9) 


Mamie Wirt 


90 


Ida Henderson 

Frances Paradise 

Annie lie Campi 

Maggie Thornton 


9J 

45 
94 
96 




94 


Geraldine Conley 

Mary Stewart : 


97 
90 

100 

87 


Ida Layman 


80 
100 


Annie Mauer 


70 


FIFTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

Maggie Mnrpliy , Promoted 

Mary Mahoney 


57 
49 
80 
88 


Bessie Brennan 


89 


EllaLcddy 

Katie Dalton 


49 
91 

100 


Mary Smith 


83 


Beatrice Holt 

Annie Franklin 


50 
8S 


Lizzie Mc()uaid 

Annie Sandmeyer 

Marie Stearns .... 


65 

100 

49 


Veronica Murphy 

Celia Cndahy 

Evel vvn Fant 


100 

98 

100 


Annie Coffee 


94 


SLKTH CLASS. 
Katie Cleary Promoted 


87 
95 


Jennie Collins ... 


80 


Mamie Bonfleld 


75 
70 




83 


Pearl Hnnt ; 


70 




60 


Mary B. Hogan 

Mamie Barrett 

Nellie Cotter 


40 
89 
43 


Alice Collins 


75 


Jennie Kane 


95 




70 


Josie O'Brien 


93 



38 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



SIXTH CLASS. — cont'd. 


Ex. i?. 


Sell, kl 


Dep. iv. 


Maude Sherwood 


Absent. 
i' 

k. 

87 
85 
85 
84 
84 
83 
83 
83 
75 
73 
82 
78 
78 
82 
82 
Absent. 

(k 

a 

kk 


87 
78 
75 
8!) 
70 


70 


Maude Cleary 


50 


Delia Payjttt 

Jciuiie Weeks. 


90 
50 


AbbieHolt 


7'-' 


SEVENTH CLASS. 

Maude Lacy Promoted 

Alollie Hagerty " 

Johanna (iriflin " 

Mabel Allen " 

Cornelia Surprenant " 

Maria Bertieron " 

Lillie Meehan " 

Annie Hudson " 


85 

80 
85 


50 
75 
80 
60 
87 
(iO 
90 






Minnie Johnson 


Katie Mattis 


Clara Matis 





Katie Dolan • 


75 
00 
80 
70 


Mabel Wri jrht 


Annie Bresnehan 


60 

70 


Teresa Gavin 


Edna Spies 

Lucy Dorney 


90 
911 

75 


PRIMER. 
Bessie Farrell 


Lena Ulrich . . . 


70 


Lottie Sincere : 


75 


Annie Kean 

Flora Ileidweyer 


95 

()0 


Nettie Jones 


50 


Fannie Sherwood 

Fannie Holloway 



85 


Stella Smith 

Bessie McClear3" 


80 
75 


Maude Hanna 


78 


Lillie Hanna 


78 


Minnie Relyea 


50 


Juliette Piquenard 





Maude Molten 


50 




85 




75 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



39 



Second Session. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 

Nellie Walsh 

Genevieve Higgins 

Mary Barry 

Maggie Kehoe 

Mary Norfolk 

Agnes O'Brien 

Isabel Kuh 

Lottie Dooker 

FIRST CLASS. 

Matilda Baxter Promoted 

Maude St. Claire " 

Martha Bennett " 

Mary Neville " 

Evelyn Brown " 

Joanna Sanders ... " 

Maggie Clinnin " 

Ella Higgins 

Minnie Brady " 

SECOND CLASS. 

Marguerite Gottfried Promoted 

Joe Burke " 

Matilda Gottfried 

Evelyn Excell 

Nellie O'Brien , 

Stella Forsheim 

Laura Moakley • 

Minnie >[ueller 

Annie Green 

Addie Lowry 

Olive Hvde 

Kittle Farrell 

Mary Ciidahy 

KateO'Farrell 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Division. 

Agnes Grady Promoted 

Mary Green " 

Delia Bergeron " 

Nellie Green " 

Viola Hunter " 

Cora Marsli " 

Mary (^uirk " 

Lizzie CudiUiy " 

Nannie Allin 

Nellie Conley 

Rosie O'Brien 

Lillie Sandmeyer 

Nellie Nolan 

Mary Sauglinessy 

Katie Hastings 

Stella Bonfield 

Aggie Traynor 

Maggie Murphy 

Mary Dnggan 

Annie Ralph 

THIRD CLASS. 

Second Division. 

Mary Murphy Promoted 

Sylvia Frank 

Mamie Fahey 

Jennie Mangan 



Ex. Av. 


3 oh. Av. 


97'4 


96 


97 ?8 


96 


9B 


95 


95 M 


94 


95?.i 


95 


95 '/z 


94 


95 3-7 


93 


95 


92 


97 


96 


96 2-7 


96 


95 2-7 


94 3-7 


94 .3-7 


95 


94-3-7 


94 


94 2-7 


94 


93 4 7 


96 


92 


88 


93 


90 


97 


95 


95 


94 


92 


92 


90 


92 


89 


91 


88 


89 


85 


88 


85 


84 


84 


87 


84 


82 


84 


79 


83 


82 


82 


78 


80 


81 


91 


93 


91 


91 


89 


89 


85 


85 


84 


92 


84 


91 


84 


86 


83 


86 


90 


91 


86 


8S 


84 


87 


83 


84 


82 


87 


81 


89 


81 


86 


80 


85 


80 


85 


78 


84 


77 


85 


Absent 




89 


88 


89 


92 


88 


90 


87 


88 



Dep. At. 

95 
100 

95 

95 

92 
109 
100 

90 



99 

95 

98 

100 

95 

11)0 

100 

■90 

95 



95 
95 
90 
90 
96 
83 
95 
90 
82 
82 
87 
90 
89 
99 



100 
89 

100 
70 
85 
89 
88 
85 
93 
80 
94 

100 
86 
85 
85 
85 
85 
80 
88 



78 
lOO 
100 
100 



40 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



THIRD CLASS. 
Second Division.— Cont'd. 

LaiTra Sandmeyer 

Nellie Burke 

Annie Barnard 

JSIary Hali'ey 

Katie Welch 

Anastasirt Cummiiigs — • 

Annie Hannagan 

Fannie Mitchell 

Julia Cleary 

Katie Kelly 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Division. 

Marv Casey Promoted 

MarV Stringer ^^ 

Estlier Leopold 

Mary Spies 

Mary O'Neil 

Mary O'Connor 

MaCiV O'Donuell 

Ida Ozier 

Lizzie Bardon 

Nellie Cahill 

Mary Enright 

ISIarV de Campi 

Mary Snowell 

FOURTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

Clara Cudahy Promoted 

Tessie Bardon ^^ 

Bessie Cleary ^^ 

Mary O'Connell ^^ 

Ada Beauchamp ^^ 

Nora Ohnstein ^^ 

Rosie ]M eehan ^ ^ 

Katie SUanley. 

Cora Simpson 

Cornelia Benner 

Hannah Lippincott 

Clara Wolf 

Mary A. O'Neil, 




SI 
84 
81 
81 
80 
79 
77 
71 



89 


91 


89 


91 


86 


87 


8S 


89 


87 


88 


87 


9a 


83 


Rl 


82 


89 


79 


88 


78 


8ti 


78 


87 


77 


7.i 


Absent. 


8S 



905^ 
87% 
87M 
871-4 
86^8 
8.0 ^ 
85 
8.3 
81 ■'a 
751^ 
73 
64 
Absent 



FIFTH CLASS. 

First Division. 

Hanna O'Neil Promoted 

Maggie Thornton [^ 

Frances Paradise ^^ 

Mary Maloney 

Geraldine Conley 

Katie Green 

Aiaggie Murphy 

Ida Smith 



Veronica Murphy 
Bessie Brennan. . . 
Annie Bouse .. .. 

Beatrice Holt 

Annie Sandmeyer 
Marie Stearns . .. . 

Mollio Sanders 

M. Lavarron 

Maggie Bowen .. 

Celui Cudahy 

Mamie Foote 



FIFTH CLASS. 
Second Division. 



Piomoted 



93 


90 


90 


86 


89 


9^ 


88 


83 


8T 


91 


83 


90 


77 


87 


Absent. 


87 



95 
90 

88 
88 
88 
87 
86 
85 
85 
85 
85 



85 
89 
Si 
81 
83 
81 
85 
34 
91 
76 



91 
90 

88 
90 
91 
90 
86 
89 
83 
79 
«0 
75 
80 



94 
90 
89 
92 
90 
94 
87 
85 
93 
85 
t8 



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FIFTH CLASS. 



Second 

Mary Smith 

Katie Dalton .. 

Maggie Becklenberg. . . 

KittieCleary 

Lizzie McQiiaid 

Maggie Wliite 

Ellal^eddy 

Mamie Bonfield 

Jennie Collins 



Division. — Cont'd. 



SIXTH CLASS. 

First Division. 

Jennie Kean Promoted 

Pearl Hunt " 

Mamie Barrett " 

Cornelia Snprinant. " 

Maria Bergeron " 

Annie Hudson " 

MaryHagan " 

Nellie Cotter " 

Mary Burns 

Jennie Weeks.. 

Josie O'Brien 

Mamie Allen 

Mary Haggarty 

Maude Lacy ; 

Annie Collins 

Lillie Meelian 

Maud Anderson 

Jolianna GrifHn 

Katie Dolan 



£z. A7. 



8.5 
80 
80 
80 
79 
70 
Absent. 



Scb. A7. 



96 
H2 
90 
89 
89 
88 
88 
88 
81 
80 
76 
58 
Absent 



SIXTH CLASS. 

Second Division. 

Annie Kean Promoted 

Clara Mattis " 

Minnie Johnson " 

Katie Mattis " 

Mamie Brennan 

Katie Holloway 

Maggie Bowden 

SEVENTH CLASS. 

Mary Quinlan Promoted 

Fannie Sherwood " 

Nellie O'Leary " 

Edna Spies "■ 

Flora Heidweyer '■ 



89 
86 
91 
84 
88 
85 
91 
»4 



94 
84 
92 
83 
83 
f»4 
91 
93 
84 
S3 
80 
82 
81 
79 
84 
81 
84 
8.5 



Dep. Av. 



91 


83 


95 


87 


89 


70 


85 ' 


8"> 


70 


84 , 


8^ 


70 


82 : 


84 


90 


77 


80 


85 


77 


80 


70 


90 


90 


100 


88 


8.1 


70 


88 


83 


98 


S.T 


79 


90 




70 


90 



80 
86 
80 
86 
66 
95 
J-9 
85 



100 

iro 

98 
70 
90 
98 
95 
95 
80 
70 
90 
60 
80 
80 
9-> 
80 
70 
100 
80 




The pnpils should remember that, in an institution of thie kind, it would be im- 
possible to preserve order without well established Rules ; and when these Kules are 
once understood, each young lady should consider it her duty, not only to observe 
them strictly, but also to aid her companions in doing the same, thereby rendering 
a most acceptable assistance to her teacher, whose greatest pleasure amongst them, 
will be derived from their assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The first and most important Rule concerns their religious duties, which all' 
will be required to aXXand punctually. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during the time allowed 
for recreation, in the room ai)pointedfor that purpose; but even during the hours set 
apart for recreation, it is never permitted in the halls or on the stairs. 

3d. ISTo pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall or any room in which all are 
assembled, without permission from the presiding sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose of safe keep- 
ing, it is deposited in the hands of the Treasurer; also, all jewelry, except a breast- 
pin, pair of ear-rings, and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once in two weeks. 

7th. The pupils are not allowed to make visits oftener than once a month. 

8th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to exclude all 
others, or become remarkable ; on the contrary, all should try to be sociable and kind, 
as members of one family circle, especially towards new pupils. 

9th. During the recreation hours, no work is permitted that will prevent the 
pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the mind and preparing 
it for future study. 

10th. No books brought to the Academy by the pupils, can be read without sub- 
mitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are also subject to the inspec- 
tion of the Directress. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 43 



11th. No visits allowed, except at the appointed time, viz: Wednesday after- 
noons and Sunday; pupils who wish to give no trouble, should be particularto notify 
their friends of this arrangement. 

12th. Personal neatness, and a particular care of books, toilet articles, wearing 
apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as nothing like a slovenly appearance 
will be tolerated. A young lady who is careless in this respect, must expect to lose 
all good marks, as well as the respect of her companions and teachers. 

13th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms during the 
hours given them for practice, neither should they speak in those rooms. 

14th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room, during school or recreation hours, 
without special permission. 



The Daily Routine for Boarders is as Follows : 

514 o'clock. Rise, 

Morning Prayers and Mass. 

Breakfast, followed by Recreation. 

Study. 

Recitation is respective class rooms. 

Dinner and Recreation. 

Study. 

Recitation. 

Luncheon and Recreation. 

Study. 

Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics). 

Recreation. 

Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective dormi- 



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Studies ivill be resumed the First Monday in September, and 
no young lady who is not then in attendance will be allowed to com- 
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Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 



This Institution first opened in 1846, is now permanently located on the corner 
of Wabash Avenue and Twenty-Ninth Street, about three miles from the centre of 
the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious and well 
adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected with the various 
sleeping apartments, and the entire building is heated by steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Inslitution in regard to health, and 
those parents and guardians who have patronized the Academy during the past 
years can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation which exists, 
has done much to improve tlie health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27th, 1847, St. Xavier's Academy enjoys all 
the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to secure order 
and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions, of five months each — the first 
session commencing on the first of September; the second on the first of February. 
A vacation of about one week is allowed at Christmas, when pupils are permitted to 
visit their parents if they desire it. If resideuts of tlie city they are permitted to do 
so once a ?«OM</i— generally the first Sunday of the month. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or friends; 
visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since study is necessarily 
interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the super- 
vision of the Directress. 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no case leave (as is 
sometimes the practice) just before the close of the year, without serious damage 
to their standing, besides forfeiting prizes. 

No deduction is made for the first two or last two weeks of the term, nor for 
absence except in cases of protracted sickness. 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



As the practice of leaving just before the close of the year is a serious damage 
to the interests of the Institution, any pupil does so at the risk of her good standing. 

Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention consistent with 
the spirit of a mild, but firm government, is paid to the comfort of the young ladies 
placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is taken to nourish in their minds 
those principles of virtue and religion which alone can render education profitable. 
No undue influence is exercised over the religious opinions of non-Catholic pupils; 
however, for the sake of order, all are required to conform to the external discipline 
of the Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to parents and 
guardians. 

At the annual distribution of premiums, those who have given evidence of 
polite and amiable deportment are crowned by the Most Rev. Archbisho)). 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and useful 
education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composition, History and Pen- 
manship. A certain portion of time is allowed cacli pupil for plain and ornamental 
needle-work, wax flowers, etc. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those onYy who take the full Academic 
Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the year, their session always commenc- 
ing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given iti politeness and etiquette and all that con- 
stitutes ladylike deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any ])upil who may be 
found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for boarders and day scholars. For the latter the 
Academy is opened at eight o'clock. 

Recitation commences at nine o'clock precisely, and continues until three 
o'clock P. M., with an intermission of three-quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well us their promotion, depends in a 
great measure on their regular attendance at school, they should never be encouraged 
in a desire to remain absent, except in case of illness. Parents should also see that 
that they attend evening study while at home, as it is useless to expect perfect 
recitation without private study. 

No young lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation hours except 
in extraordinary cases. 

References are required before admitting pupils into tlie Academy. 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



TERM S, 

FOR BOARI>ERS. 

Per Session of Five Months in Advance. 

Board and Tuition, in English and Music , Sl^ 

Languages, each 10 

Oil Painting 25 

Wrter Color ~5 

Crayon 25 

Harp 40 

Guitar 30 

Violin 30 

Vocal Lessons 30 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more sisters at 
the same time 

Books. Stationery, etc., are furnished at the usual retail prices but never 
on credit. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plahi. neat clothing, .suitable 
for each season. Toilet articles, six towels, four table napkins, a knife and fork, 
teaspoon, dessert spoon, and napkin ring, two yards of carpeting or a rug, two 
yards of black net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 



TERMS. 

FOR DAY SCHOLARS. 

Per Quarter of Ten Weeks in Advance. 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

English Branches $15.00 

Music 15.00 

L'se of Piano 500 

Painting, for the Pupils 15.00 

Painting, for those who do not attend school 25.00 

Crayon, for those who do not attend school 25.00 

Crayon, for Pupils '. 15.00 

Drawing 5.00 

Guitar 15.00 

Vocal Lessons 15.00 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

English Branches, for Juveniles $10.00 

English Branches, for Minims 5.00 

Music, for Juniors 10.00 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



A. M. D. G. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 



Reading, (Second and First Readers), Orthography, Penmanship, Practical 
Arithmetic, (Robinsons Rudiments), Object Lessons. 

First Division. 

Reading, (Third Reader), Orthography, Grammar, (Oral), Penmanship, Prac- 
tical Arithmetic, (Robinson's Rudiments), Intellectual Arithmetic, (Robinson's 
Primary), Object Lessons, Map Drawing, Geography, (Mitchell's Primary), Chris- 
tian Doctrine. 



INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 

Reading. (Fourth Reader), Orthography, Penmanship, Arithmetic. (Robinson's 
Practical and Mental), Grammer, Geography, (Mitchell's Intermediate), Composi- 
tion, Etiquette, Christian Doctrine, Map Drawing. 

First Division. 

Reading, (Fourth Reader), Orthographic Dictatfon, Penmaiii<hii), Arithmetic, 
(Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar, (Brown's Institute), Geography, 
(Mitchell's Intermediate), English Composition, Etiquette, Christian Doctrine, Map 
Drawing, Object Lessons. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division.— 'Second and Third Classes. 

Reading, (Fifth and Sixth Readers), Orthographic Dictation, Penmanship, 
Composition, Grammar, (Brown's Institute), Arithmetic, (Robinson's Practical and 
Mental), Physical Geography, (Corneirs), Sacred History, Familiar Science, (Peter- 
son's), Physiology, (Steel's), Etymology, Etiquette, General History, tTnited States 
History, Map Drawing, Algebra. 

First Division.— Graduating and First Classes. 

Reading, (Sixth Reader), Penmanship, Plain and Ornamental, Rhetoric and 
Composition, Algebra, Geometry, Chemestry, Natural Philosophy, English Litera- 
ture, Botany, Book-keeping, Astronomy, Review of Geography and Grammar, 
Zoology, General History, Etiquette. 



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St. Xavier's Academy. 



INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



^ Second Division. 

Beyer's Instractor— Five-finger exercises, Jousse's Musical Catechism. 

First Division. 
Instructor and Catechism continued, Major and Minor Scales, Similar and 
Contrary Motion, Czeruy's Easy Studies, Occasional Pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 
Plaidy's Technical Studies commenced, Major and Minor Scales in Thirds, 
Sixths, Catechism, Lemoine's tfuvenile Studies — first book. Easy Sonatas. 

First Division. 
Plaidy's Technical Studies, Catechism and Scales, Lemoine's Juvenile Studies 
— second book, Sonatas and Pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 
Lemoine's Juvenile Studies— second book, Czerny's and Heller's Etudes, 
Selections from Leybach, Gottschalk, etc^. Thorough Bass, Catechism. 

First Division. 
Cramer's Studies— first book. Selections from Chopin, Weber, Schuman, 
Beethoven's Easier Sonatas, etc. Harmony, (Weitzman's Manual), History of 
Music commenced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 

Cramer's Studies con inued, Beethoven's Sonatas, Liszt's Rhapsodies, Chopin's 
Polonaise, etc., Weitzman's Manual of Harmony, History of Music continued. 



VOCAL MUSIC. 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Scale Singing. Intervals, Easy Pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Fifty Lessons, Minor and Chromatic Scales, Ballads. 
SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Twenty-five Lessons, Selections from Rossini, Verdi, Donizetti, etc. 
All are expeeted to attend Class-singing which is free. Private Vocal lessons 
however are extra. 



CATALOGUE OF PUPILS. 



From Sept. i88i, to June 1882. 



Abbott, Louise... 

Allen, Mabel 

STferiTTlffinTl 

Jjieiinaii, Bessie 
Brennan, Mamie 
Barnard, Annie . . . 
Bardon, Lizzie . . . 



Chicago, 111. 



Bardon, Tessie .... *. 

Baxter, Matilda .. 

Barnet, Lottie 

Billard, Gracie 

Bergeron, Delia 

Bergeron, Maria .*. 

Bergeron, Sophia 

Bennett, Martha 

Bowen, Maggie " 

Barrett, Mamie " 

Brown, Winnie Maude " 

Brown, Evelyn Cherry Valley, 



Montreal, Ont. 
Chicago, 111. 

Bourbounais, " 



Chicago, 111. 



Brown, Mamie 

Broutchat, Lillie 
Bressiugliam, Mamie . . 
Bressrngham, Maggie. 

Bush, Agnes 

Boyle, Mamie 

Bouse, Annie . . . 

Bray, Belle 

Becklinburg, Maggie.. 

Brady, Minnie 

Bowden, Maggie . . . 

liurke, Jo e 

Burke, Nellie 

Bontiehi, Stella 

Bouticld, Maria 

Bisbey, Henrietta 

Busse, Emma 

Burns. Mary 

Caliill, Nellie 

Caiiill. Mary 

Cahill, Katie. 

Cahill, Clara 

Cahill, .Mande 

Cardigan, Charlotte ... 

Crosby, Katie 

Cleary, Bessie 

Cleary Kittie 

Cloary, Julia 

Cleary, Maude 

Cleary, Mamie 



Chicago, 



Freeport, 

Elgin, 

Bloomington, 

Chicago, 

Chebanse, 

Chicago, 

Elgin, 
Chicago, 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



Cudahy, Clara 

Cudahy, Cecelia 

Cudaby, Beifsie 

Cudahy, Julia 

Conley, Neljje 

Conley, Geraldine ... 

Cottie, Nellie 

Camming.«, Anastasia 

Chapman, Julia 

Clinton, Edith ^. 

Clinnin, Maggie ..c!*.-. . 

Coins, Annie 

Dalton, Katie 

Dahnke, Dora 

Dee, Julia 

Duddleston, Lizzie .. 

Duggan, Mary 

Dorney, Lucy 

Dunne, Mamie 



Chicago, 111. 



Dea n, Jj'loren' ce . . 
DeCampi, Mary . . 
DeCampi, Annie ... 
Dillon, Bridget.. 
Edwards, Mary . . . . 
Elliott, Ettie ... . 
Burigiit^Marj;_A.lice 

Enright, Ettie"? 

Excel], Evie 

Farrell, Bessie 

Fahey, Mary 

Farrell, Kate 

Fallon, Lillie 

Farrell, Kittle 

Florsheim, Stella . . 

Fox, Maggie 

Fox, Evie 

Farrelly, Mary 

Parrelly, Kittie 

Farrelly, Linda 

Fant, Evelyn 

Foster, Jessie 

Ford, Laura . 

Foote, Mamie 

Finucan. Genevieve. 

Granger, Louise 

Granger, Elizabeth.. 

Greejjj jVjinie 

Green,, Nellie 

Green, 'viamie 

Green, Katie 

Grady, Agnes 

Ganhier, Mary 

Gillispie, Rosemary . 
Gilniore, Birdie 
Harper, Maude . ... 



St. Louis, Mo. 
Huntley, 111. 
Chicago, " 



Shreveport, La. 
La Grange, 111. 
Hinsdale, " 
Chicago, " 



Bonrhonnais, " 
Chicago, 111. 



Winchester, " 
Chicago, " 



lO 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



Hayden, May 

Hastings, Katie .. . 

Hammel, May 

Haggarty Mollie 

Hallowed, Katie 

lleinsfiirther, Fannie. 

Hiigaiu.iiUilla , 

Hagan, M. Ellen 

Hanuan, Lizzie 

Hibbard, Mamie 

Higgins, Ella 

Hvuitj^^iggie 

Hard, Gertie 

Hyde, iiliveB 

Hyde Annie 

Johnson, Minnie ... 

Joidon, Lottie 

Joy, ^Iiuuie 

Kent, Mary , 

Keenau, Mary 

Koehler, Annie . . . 

Krans, Nellie 

Kelly, >[ary 

Kelly, Tessie 

Koous, Josey 

Kane, Jennie 

Kane, Annie 

Kiin.lenger, Cora 

Kipley, Josey 

Leahy, Aunie 

Leahy, Mamie 

Lynn, *1 aggie 

Lowry. Addie 

Lcddy, Ella 

Lomax, Lizzie 

Leopold, Esther 

Lavarron, Louise 

Melthor, Lizzie 

Mangjtn, Jennie 

Marbel, Mary 

Malatesta, Rosie 

Mahon, Mary 

Martin Mary 

Maher, Jennie 

Maher, Katie 

—McXilT, Katie 

.-aicAuley, Belle. 

.McCaffrey, M ary 

McKeon, Annie 

McCleary, Bessie 

jMcQiiaid, Lizzie 

McBean, Musa 

McBean, Isa 

McCann. Blanch 

Moore, Gertie 



Chicago, 111- 



Pctersboro, 
Chicago, 



Kens 



ington, N. Mes. 
Chicago, 111. 



Freeport, 
Chicago, 



Freeport, 
Chicago, 



St. Xaviers Academy. 



1 1 



Meyers, Annie 

— *Iyers, Clara 

Miller, Ellen 

Mullcady, Katie 

^MuUer. Minnie 

Moakley. Laura 

Mabbs. Lillie 

Mabbs, Irene 

Mabbs, Eva 

Moore, Mabel 

Meeban. Rose 

Meehan, Lillie 

Murphy, Jennie 

■"•Murphy, Maggie G i^ 

""^Murphy, Maggie V 

— ilurphy. ^lary 

Murphy, Katie 

Murphy. Veronica 

Mitchell, Mary 

Mahoney, Mary 

Mahoney. Mamie 

Montague. Mamie 

Neville, Mary — 

Nolan, Nellie 

Newman. Caroline — 

0"Conner, Mary 

0"Brien. Annie 

0"Brien, Nellie 

O'Brien, Rosie 

O'Brien, Josle 

O'Brien, Eva 

O'Donnell, Mary 

O'Conuell. Mary 

Ohnstein, Nora 

O'Leary, Nellie 

O'Leary, Mamie 

O'Niel, Nellie 

Phillips. Hattie 

Peck, Katie 

Paradise. Frances 

Quinlan. Mary A 

Ralph, Annie 

Reddy, Alice 

Reddy, Mamie 

Regan, Nettie 

Rowan, Agnes 

Rosenbaum, Ettie 

Ryan, Katie 

Ryan Nellie 

Ryan, Lucy 

Ryan, Valentine 

Sweeney, Nellie 

-«. Stearns, Marie 

Sanders, Joe 

Sanders, Mollie 



Cairo,' 

Ridot, 

Chicago, 



Lemont, " 
Chicago, " 



Memphis, Tenn. 
Chicago, 111. 



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St. Xavier's Academy. 



Spies. Edna 

Spies, Mary 

Shauley, Katie 

Salmon, Lizzie 

^Shfrwoocl, Blanche 

*^her\vood, Mabel 

Sheiwood, Maud.... . 
fi»«^audineyer, Lillie.... 
■rfandmeyer, Laura . . . . 

Sandmeyer, Annie 

Stewart, Mary Louise. 

Strin;i;er, Mary 

Smith, Flora 

Smith, Mary 

■•^(Bhepard, Mollie 

Sweet, Katie 

Siman, Myrtle 

Sliaughnessy, Mary 

Shanghnessy, Lizzie. . . 

St. Clair, Maude 

Smith, Clara 

Surpriuant, Cornelia . 

Thornton, Maggie . . . . 

Thomas, Ida... . ... 

Traynor, Aggie 

Tray nor, Nettie 

Vincent, Flora 

Wheeler, Theona 

M'^heeler, Maud 

Woods, Aggie 

Woods, Babe 

""Waggoner, Abbie 

Williams, Josephine . . 

Wells, Minnie 

Watson, Ella ... 

Welsh, Katie 

Wolf, Clara 

Wolf, Emma 



Chicago, 111. 



Prophetstown, " 
Chicago, " 
Butte City, Mon. 
Chicago, 111. 



PIANO FORTE— Marche aus Flambeaux, Clark 

Misses McAulet, Welsh, J. Murphy, Lomax, Eneight, Cleakt, 
DcKNE, 0"I)on>t;ll. ''~-'»- -^^^ 

WELCOME CHORUS, SimpUcian 

Accompanied bt Misses M. Bbadt, C. Myers. 



SALUTATORY 

Miss J. Sanders. 



PIANO FORTE— lima, Hoist 

Misses A. Cummings, L. Shaughnessy, A. Meyers, A. Leahy. 
F. Paradise, E. O'Brien, L. Sandmyer, I. Murphy. 

VOCAL TRIO— Sur L'Oceau, Uoneone 

Misses K. Farrell, M. Fox, E. Excell, 
Accompanied by M. Mahon. 

ESS AY— Anticipation 

Miss M. Clinnin. 

PIANO FORTE— L;>B.iladine, Lysberg 

Misses M. V. Murphy, N. Conley, N. Green, A, Meyers, 
M. Fox, a. O'Brien, L. Abbott, T. Kelly. 

ESSAY— Live for Something 

Miss M. Neville. 

CHORUS— Minims, Mendelsohn 

Accompanied by Miss M. Shaughnessy. 

ESSAY— Harmony, '. 

Miss M. St. Claire. 

PIANO FORTE— Fantasie sur un Theme Allemand Struth 

Misses J. Mangan, E. Excell, S. Bonfield, M. Shaughnessy. 
D. Bergeron, M. Steele, N. Ohnstein, M. Murphy. 

ESSAY— Hope 

Miss A. O'Brien. 

GUITAR— Caprice Elegant Harris 

Miss T. Kelly. 



14 St. Xavier's Academy. 

VOCAL DUETT— Ave Maria, White 

Misses M. Brady, M. Spies. Accompanied by Miss N. Ohnstein. 

ESS.VT— A Stepping Stone to Heaven, 

Miss E. Higgins. 

VOCAL CLASS— Gently Fall the Dews of Eve Mercadente 

Accompanied by Misses J. Maxgan and E. Broa^'n. 

PIANO FORTE— La Gallina Gottschalk 

Misses Florsueim and Mahon. 



ESSAY— The Voice of Bygone Years, 

Miss M. Bennett. 

SC EN A— Wild Flowers, frotn Lucia di Lammemioor 

JNIiss A. McCaffrey. Accompanied by Miss M. St. Claire. 

ES^AY— Grave Reflections, 

Miss M. Brady. 

CHORUS— Juniors Howe 

Accompanied by Miss S. Bonpield. 

PIANO FORTE— Solo Rhapsodic Hougroise, (iVo. 2.) Liszt 

Miss M. St. Claire. 

ESSAY-Laurels, 

Miss E. Bro^vn. 

PIANO FORTE-Guillauuie Tell, Rummel 

Misses J. Sanders, M. Brady, E. Brown, M. Mahon, J. Burke, 



M. Neville, C. Myers. S. Plorsheim. 



Essay and Valedictory. 

"No star ever rose and set without influence somewhere."— iy^f^ow. 

Miss M. Baxter. 



FAREWELL CHORUS, Ensign 

Accompanied by Miss J. Burke. 



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MISS ANNIE O'BRIEN, 

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MISS MARY KENT, 


MISS TESSIE KELLY, 


MARY KEEN AN, 


" MARY MAHON, 


LAURA MOAKLEY, 


MARY MITCHELL, 


DELIA BERGERON, 


LILLIE SANDMEYER, 


ROSE O'BRIEN, 


CLARA MYERS. 


NELLIE BURKE, * 


ROSE GILLESPIE 


JENNIE MANGAN, 


ROSE MALATESTA. 


KATIE MURPHY, 


LAURA SANDMEYER, 


LIZZIE BARDON, 


JENNIE MURPHY, 


NORA OHNSTEIN, 


•' MAGGIE LYNN, 


NELLIE CAHILL, 


CLARA CUDAHY, 


RO^E MEEIIAN, 


ANNIE LEAHY, 


ANNIE McKEON, 


EVA O'BRIEN, 


BESSIE CLEARY, 


MAY HAYDEN, 


TESSIE BARDON, 


NELLIE KRAUS, 


CORA KUNDINGER, 


EVIE FOX. 


LOTTIE BARNET, 


MARIA BERGERON, 


LIZZIE MELTHOR, 


VERONICA MURPHY, 


CELIA CUDAHY, 


ANNIE SANDMEYER. 


JENNIE KEAN, 


MARY BARRETT, 


ANNIE HUDSON, 


" IDA THOMAS, 


JOSEY O'BRIEN, 


KATIE MAHER, 


KATIE HALLOWED, 


CARRIE COMBS, 


MAMIE LEAHEY, 


MARY QUINLAN. 


BESSIE CUDAHEY, 


JULIA CUDAHEY, 


ELIZABETH GRANGER, 


LIZZIE DUDDLESTON, 


MAMIE MAHER, 


MAMIE MONTAGUE, 


KATIE RYAN, 


KATIE ROSS, 


LOTTIE JORDAN, 


MAMIE CLEARY, 


SECOND CROWNS. 


MISS EVIE EXCELL, 


MISS MAMIE GREEN, 


MAGGIE FOX, 


" MARY MARTIN, 


MARY SHAUGHNESSY. 


MARY MURPHY, 


LOUISE ABBOTT, 


JULIA CLEARY, 


MOLLIE SHEPARD, 


NELLIE NOLAN, 


MARY STRINGER, 


KATIE MULLEADY, 


KATIE WELSH, 


ANNIE MEYERS, 


BELLE BRAY, 


MARY O'CONNBLL, 


MAGGIE MURPHY, 


«' MAMIE DUNNE, 


KATIE D ALTON, 


•' BLANCHE McCANN, 


ANNIE REDDY, 


MAMIE REDDY, 


NELLIE O'BRIEN, 


NELLIE O'LEARY, 


CHARLOTTE CARDIGAN, 


MAMIE O'LEARY, 


MARIA BONFIELD, 


ANNIE COINS. 


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The Gold Medal 


PREMIUMS. 


Mary Neville 


READING. 


GRADUATE CEASS- 


Second Premium... 
Third Premium 




Evelyn Brown 

Maude St. Claire 


First Premium 


SECOND CLASS. 


Mary Kent 

Mary Keenan 


Second Premium 





Third Premium 



Nellie Couley 



THIRD CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 



First Premium. . . 
Second Premium. 



Rose O'Brien, K. Hastings 
Rose Gillespie 



Third Premium Julia Clcary, M. Duggan 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Mary Fahey 

Second Premium Mary A. Enright 

Third Premium Mary O'Conners 

FOURTH CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium N. Cahill, C. Cudaliy 

Second Premium M. DeCampi, L. Shaughnessy 

Third Premium M. O'Connell. R. Meehan 



SECOND DIVISION. 



First Premium . 
Second Premium 
Third Premium. . 



FIFTH CLASS. 



Frances Paradise 
— Mamie Dunne 
. Geraldine Conley 



First Premium. . . 
Second Premium. 



Mamie Stearns 
....Mary Cahill 



SECOND DIVISION. 



First Premium Lottie Barnet 

Second Premium Annie Hudson, Mary Hagen 

SIXTH CLASS. FIRST DIVISION, 

First Premium Mollie Heggarty, M. Cleary 

Second Premium L. Fallon, B. McCann 

Third Premium E. Spies, M. Reddy 



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SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Mary Qiiinlan 

Secoml Premium Mamie Leahey 

Third Premium Lucy Dorney 

THIRD DIVISION. 

First Premium B. Cudahy, L. Salmou 

Second Premium N. O'Brien, M. Sherwood 

Third Premium Joeie Kipley 

PRIMER. 

First Premium Mamie O'Leary 

Second Premium May Maher, L. JoMan 



PENMANSHIP.— Ornamental. 



GRADUATING CLASS. 

Gold Pen Minnie Brady 

Second Premium M. Baxter, M. St. Claire 

Third Premium Evelyn Brown 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Evelyn Excell 

Second Premium Mamie Green 

Third Premium Stella Florsheim 



PENMANSHIP.— Plain. 



First Premium 




Joe Sanders 


Second Prfmiiim 




Matilda Baxter 


Third Premium 


SECOND CLASS. 


.... M. Neville, A. O'Brien 
Delia Bergeron 


Second Premium 




Stella Florsheim 

Olive Hyde 


First Premium 

Second Premium 

Third Premium . ... 


THIRD CLASS. 


^lary O'Conner 




R. O'Brien, L. Abbott 

M. Duffffan 





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FOURTH CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 



First Premium 

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Third Premium 



, .N. Cahill, B. McAuley 

M. Hayden, N. Kraus 

. M. 0"Connell, A. ^McKeoii 



SECOND DIVISION. 



First Premium 

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Frances Paradise 

. . . M. Dunne, K. Green 



FIFTH Cl-ASS. FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium Mary Smith 

Second Premium Mary Edwards 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Louise Granger 

Second Premium Maria Bergeron 



First Premium . . 
Second Premium. 
Third Premium.. 



SIXTH CLASS. 



Edna Spies 

.Minnie Johnson 
. . . Mamie Reddy 



GRAMMER. 



FIRST CLASS 



First Premium. . . 
Second Premium. 
Third Premium... 



. . Evelyn Escell 
..Nellie O'Brien 
Mary Mahon 



SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium N. Burke, R. Gillespie 

Second Premium C. Myers, M. Duggan 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Piemium J. Murphy, M. Stringer 

Second Premium L. Sandmeyer, M. Fahey 

Third Premium A. Cummings 

FOURTH CLASS. FIRST DIVISION. 

First Prem-um '. May Hayden 

Second Premium B. Bray, C. Cudahy 

Third Premitim T. Bardon, B. Cleary 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Kittle McNiff 

Second Premium Abby VTagner 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



O K T H O G R A P H V. 



SECOND CLASS 

First Premium Ailtlie Lowi-y 

Second Premium Laura Moalcley 

Tliird Premium Maggie Fox 

THIRD CLASS. FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium N. Nolan, M. sliaugliuessy 

Second Premium J. Cleary, A. Traynor 

Ttiird Premium Mollie Siiepard 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Jennie Muvpliy 

Second Premium Laura Sandmeyer, A. Cammings 

Tliird Premium Mary Kelly. K. MuUeady 

FOURTH CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium Mary O'Cor.nell, C. Kundinger 

Second Premium Kva O'Brier., Belle Bray 

Third Premium Rose Meehan 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium. Frances Paradise 

Second Premium Kittie Green 

Third Premium Maggie Murphy 

FIFTH CLASS, — FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium V. Murphy, Mamie Foot 

Second Premium Bessie Brennan. .M. Sanders 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Fir.st Premium Mary Barrett 

Second Premium Annie Hudson, M. Hogan 

Third Premium Mary Burns 

SI.KTH CLASS. FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium ,., Josie O'Brien 

Second Premium K, Maher, M. Cleary 

Third Premium Nellie O'Leary 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Maria Bonfleld 

Second Premium Katie Ryan, K. Ross 



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MATHEMATICS- ARITHMETIC. 



FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Mary Mitchell 

Second Premium Laura Moakley 

Third Premium E. Excell, Mary Kent 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium R. Gillespie, Mary Keenan 

Second Premium K. Murphy, Mary Martin 

THIRD CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium Nellie Conley 

Second Piemiui;i Nellie Burke 

Third Premium Eosie O'Brien 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Maggie Lynn 

Second Premium Rose Malatesta, J. Mangan 

Third Premium Lillie Sandmeyer 

FOURTH CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium -.Mary Farrelly 

Second Premfum Annie Meyers 

Third Premium T. Bardon, B. Cleary 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Abbey Waggoner 

Second Premium Frances I'aradise 

FIFTH Cl-ASS. FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium Lizzie Meltlior, B. Biennan 

Second Premium M. Brown, G. Finucan, K. Cle;:ry 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Aggie Bush, L. Barnet 

Second Premium .M. Bergeron, L. Granger 

Tliird Premium Cornelia Surprenant 

SIXTH CLASS. 

First Premium Mollie Haggarty 

Second Premium M. Brennan, L. Meehan 

Third Premium Katie Hallowed 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium S. Bergeron, M. Joy 

Second Premium B, McCleary 

Third Premium B.Sherwood 



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ALGEBRA. 



FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Martha Bennett 

First Premium M. Cliunin, J. Burke, M. Fox 

Second Premium Minnie Brady 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium T. Kelly, L Moakley, M. Mitchell 

Second Premium E. Excell, N. O'Brien 



GEOM El RY. 

First Premium 



T R I G O N O M E T R Y. 



First Premium Matilda Baxter. Martha Bennett 



HISTORY. 



FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Joe Burke 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium M. Shepard, L. Sandmeyer 

Second Premium .. .• K. Hastings, K. Murphy 



U. S. HISTORY. 



First Premium Katie Murphy 

Second Premium R. Malatesta, M. Murphy 

Third Premium N. Nolan, A. Traynor 



COMPOSITION. 



GRADUATING CLASS. 

First Premium Martha Bennett 

Second Premium Annie O'Brien 



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First f'reniinm 



FIKST CLASS. 



. . . Joe Burke 



First Premium. . . 
Second Preuiiuiii. 
Tliird I'reniium, . . 



SECOND CLASS 



...Mary Kent 
. .Tessie Kelly 
.Kittie Farrell 



First Preiniinii 
Second Premium. 
Third Premium 



First Premium.. 
Second Premium 
Third Preuiium . 



THIRD CLASS 



•FIRST DIVISION. 



SECOND DIVISION. 



.. L. Abbott, R. O'Brien 

. K. Hastiiigs, R. Malatesta 

N. Nolan, M. Murphy 



. . . Kittie Welsh 

Mary Spies 

Nora Ohnetein 



FOURTH CLASS— FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium lielle Bray, Kwi O'Brien 

Second Premium Ma.\ Hayderi, Kittie Shanley 



SECOND DIVISION. 



First Premium . 
Second Premium 
Third Premium... 



. . . Mamie Dunne 
Mamie Malioney 
Lucy Ryau 



BIBLE HISTORY. 



SECOND CLASS. 



First Premium. . . 
Second Premium 
Third Premium.. 



.. Mary Keenan 

. . . Addie Lowry 

Stella Bonfield 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRIxNE. 



Gold Medal 
Second Premium . 
Third Premium . . . 



SECOND CLASS. 



Nellie O'Brien 
Stella Bonfield 
. . Mamie Green 



THIRD CLASS FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium L. Sandmeyer, J. Mangan 

Second Premium M . Duggan, J. Cleary 

ThirdPreminm M. Murphy 



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First Premium . . . 
Second Premium. 
Third Premium. 



SECOND DIVISION. 



Laura Sinuhneyer 
. . . Lizzie I'.iirdoii 
. Katie .v. ullca<lv 



First I'lemium. . . 
Second Premium. 
Tliird Premium. . 



FOURTH CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 



. C. Cudahy, M. Caliiil 

Bejisie Cleary 

Annie Levden 



First Premium 

Soecnd Premium . 
Third Premium. . . 



SECOND DIVISION. 



. Maggie Muri)hy 
. .. Stella Hagan 
, Annie DeCampi 



First Premium... 
Second Premium 



FIFTH CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 



. .C. Cudaliy, K. Dalton 
M. Eilwards, M. Cahill 



SECOND DIVISION. 



First Premium . . . 
Second Premium. 



.J. Kane, >I. Bergeron 



SIXTH CLASS. FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium : Katie Cahill 

Second Premium Mollie Ilagarty 

Tliird Premium Minnie Johnson 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Mamie Leahy 

Second Pieniium Mamie Brown 

Third Premium Mamie Joy 

THIRD DIVISION. 

First Premium M. Cahill, C. Cardigan 

Second Premium A. Coins. M. Gardner 

Third Premium N. Traynor, L. Duddleston 



INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY. 



First Premium . . . 
Second Premium 
Third Premium . . 



THIRD CLASS. 



Lizzie Bardon 
Mary Stringer 
..Kittie Welsh 



St Xavier's Academy. 



FOURTH CLASS- FIRST DIVISION. 

First Hieiuium Mary Hayden 

Second h'reiiiiiiDi Alma Ahern 

Tliird Prt'iniuni Annie Leahy 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Fir^t I'lemiiini Katie McNiflE 

Second Premium Frances Paradise 

Tliird Premium Mamie Dunue 



PRIMARY GEOGRAPHY. 



FIFTH CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premiiim V. .Vuirphy, L. Meltlior 

Second 1 rum mm M. F'oote, A Sandmeyer 

SECi.ND DIVISION. 

First Premium L. IMcCiuaiil, K. Leddy 

Second Premium Jennie Kane, U. ^loore 



MAP DKAWIiNG. 



THIRD CLASS — FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium E. Excell, L. Abbott 

Second Premium C. Meyers, K. Murphy 

Tliird Premium J. ^lanyau, N. Burke 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium N. Ohnsteiu, M. Spies 

Second Premium ^laggie Lynn 

Third Premium Mary Enright 

FOURTH CLASS. — FIRST DIVISION. 

First Premium C. Kundinger, B. Bray 

Second Premium K. Shanley, M. Farrelly 

Third Premium Nellie Cahill 

SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium Kittie McNifl 

Second Premium . . Francis Paradise 

Third Premium Abbie Waggoner 



St. Xaviers Academy. 



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NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 



GRADUATING CLASS. 



Gold Medal 

First Premium . . 
Second Premium 
Third Premium... 



SECOND CLASS. 



First Premium . . 
Second Premium . 
Third Premium . 



. . .Evelyn Brown 

Vinnie Brad}- 

Maude St. Claire 

. Matilda Baxter 



. . Mamie Green 
Mary Mahon 

.Mary Mitchell 



AST RONM) .\l y. 



First Premium Maggie Clinnin 

Second Premium Evelyn Brown, VT. Bennett 

Third Premium Ella Higgins, A. O'Brien 



CHEMISTRY. 



First Premium Evelyn Brown 

Second Premium Maggie Clinnin 

Third Premium Mary Neville 

Fourth Premium Ella Higgins 



ZOOLOGY. 



First Premium E. Higgins, M. St. Claire 

Second Premium J. Sanders, M. Neville 

Third PremiuMi Maggie Clinnin 



First Premium 
Second Premium. 
Third Premium . , 



BOOK-KEEPING. 



. M. Brady, M. Clinnin 

Annie O'Brien 

Martha Bennett 



L I r E R A T U R E. 



First Premium. . . . 
Second Premium. 



J. Burke 

... S. Florsheim 



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First Premium 


ETYMOLOGY. 


SECOND CLASS. 
.Mary Mitchell 


Second Premium . 
Tliird Prt^mium .. 


Evie Excell 


First Premium . . 
Second Premium . 
Third Premium . 

First Premium 

Second Premium.. 

First Premium 




M USIC— Vocal. 


M, Muller, A. McCaffrey 

Katie Farrell 

. . . Mary Spies 


MUSI C' — I N S T R U M E N T A L. 


FIRST CLASS. 

M. Muller, M. St. Claire 

M. Mahon, S. Florsheim 

SECOND CLASS. , 
. . M Brady,.). Mangan M. Shaughuepsy 


Second Premium.. 
Tliird Preuiiuni . . . 


C. Myers, M. T, Murphy 

Mamie Steele 


First Premium ... 
Second Premium. 
Tliird Premium 

First Premium 

Second Premium. 


THIRD CLASS. 

M. Fox, L. Abbott, A. Meyers 

J. Murphy, A. Cummings, L. Sandmeyer 

K. Welsh, Annie Leahey 

FOURTH CLASS 

Marie Stearns 

... I. Thomas, M. Edwards 





GUITAR. 



First Premium. 



Tessie Kelly 



DRAWING. 



First Premium 
Second Premium 



. Maggie Fox 
Joe Saunders 





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Gold .Medal 


PAINTING. 


Nellie P. Lott 

.. .. Matilda Baxter 






Second Premium 
First Premium ... 




Nettie l^ierce 

.Annie Meyers 

Maggie Clinnin 

Clara Myers 

Mollie Sanders 


GERM A N . 


FIRST CLASS. 


Second Premium ... 
First Premium 


SECOND CLASS. 


Second Premium ... 




Third Prcmiuju 




Emma Wolf 






. . . M. Baxter, N. Lott 


F R P: N C H . 


FIRST CLASS. 


Second Premium . . 


THIRD CLASS. 


G. Goodman 

... Marie Stearns 


Second Preinimn 




..Frances Paradise 
Katie Bonfleld 


Gold Thimble 




LACE WORK. 






Annie Green 

. . . Mary Sliaughnessy 


Third Premium 




First Premium 




Susie Cowan 


KENSINGTON WORK. 




Second Premium ... 




Annie Myers 



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TAPESTRY 



First Premium Katie Farrell 

Second Premium J. Sanders, A. O'Brien 



SILK EMBROIDERY. 



First Premium Stella Florsheim 

Second Premium Nora Ohnsteiii 

Third Premium Belle McAuley 



IMPROVEMENT 



Mary Montague, 
Mamie Cleary, 
Linda Farrelly, 



Mary L. Stewart, Gerty Hurd, Iga McBean, 

Gracie Ballard, Nettie Regan, Musa McBean, 

Florence E. Vincent, 



DARNING. 



First Premium 



Maggie Murphy 




AVERAGES 



FOR 



EXAMINATION, SCHOLARSHIP, DEPORTMENT, 



AND 



OBSERVANCE of RULE. 



Fl RST SESSION. 



Evelyn Brown.. 
Matilda Baxter. 
Martha Bennett. 



Minnie Brady. . . . 
Maude St. Claire. 

Joe Sanders 

Annie O'Brien. . . 
Mary Neville. . . . 
Ella Higgins. . . . 



Joe Burke. 



FIRST CLASS. 



SECOND CLASS. 



Evie Excell 

Mamie Green. . . 

Alary Kent 

Tessie Kelly 

Mary Mitchell.. 
Nellie O'Brien.. 
Laura Moakley. 
Katie O'Farrell. 



Stella Florslieim 

Annie Green 

Addie Lowry 

Mary Martin 

Kittie Farrell 

Minnie Muller .... 

Delia Bergeron 

Nellie Green 

Nellie Kyan 

Ella Watson Not examined 

Agnes Grady Not examined 

THIRD CLASS — FIRST DIVISION. 



Katie Murphy . . . 

Louise Abbott 

Mary Mahon 

Aggie Traynor . . 

Nellie Conley... 

tella Bonfleld 

osa O'Brien 

Henrietta Bisby.. 

Nellie Nolan 



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EX. AV. 


SCHOL. 


DEPT. 


96 H 


93 


98 


96 


94 


100 


96 


93 


98 


95 


94 


100 


941-7 


92 


98 


94 2-7 


92 


98 


92 


92 


100 


92 


92 


98 


912 7 


92 


98 


90 


91 


98 


92 


95 


100 


93 


95 


100 


92 


95 


100 


91 


95 


lUO 


91 


95 


100 


91 


95 


100 


89 


94 


100 


88 


94 


100 


86 


93 


100 


86 


92 


11 H) 


85 


91 


89 


85 


91 


89 


84 


90 


84 


83 


87 


100 


82 


88 


100 


81 


89 


100 


80 


88 


100 


78 


70 


80 


73 


71 


80 


88 


92 


100 


86 


90 


100 


85 


88 


100 


85 


88 


90 


84- 


89 


80 


83 


87 


80 


83 


90 


100 


82 


85 


98 


82 


88 


9S 



DBS. or 

RULE. 
95~ 

100 

95 
Iv.O 

95 

95 
100 

95 

95 

95 



100 



81 
81 
95 
96 
95 
95 
93 
95 
95 
81 
88 
89 
90 
90 
91 
100 
75 
78 



100 
95 

100 
80 
70 
80 
99 
98 
91 



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EX. AV, 



Clara Myers 

Mai-y Shaughnessy, 

Krttie H.istin;'s 

i.illie Saiidmeyer. . 

Magijie "Murphy 

Mollie Shepard 

Mary Duggan 

Roisie Malat sta 

Annie Ralph 

Ettie Elliott 

Mary Keenan 



Not examined. 



THIRD CI-ASS— SECOND DIVISION. 

Nellie Burke Promoted 

Rose Gillespie '• 

Jennie Mangan " 

Julia Cleary " 

M amie Fahey 

Mary Stringer 

Annie Barnard 

Laura Sandmeyer 

May Ilanimel 

Jennie Murphy 

Anastasia Cummings 

Flora Smith 

Esther Leopold 

Katie Mulleady 

Mary Kelly 

FOURTH CLASS FIRST DIVISION. 

MaryO'Conner . Promoted. 

Mary O'Donnell " 

Lizzie Bardon " 

Mary Spies " 

Nora Ohnstein '" 

Mary Enright " 

NelHe Cahill 

Tessie Bardon 

Mary O'Connell .' 

t'lara Cudahy .. 

Ellen Miller 

Katie Shanley 

Eva O'Brien 

iMay Ilayden 

Annie Meyers? 

Annie Leahy 

Ada Beauchamp 

M ary DeOampi 

Bessie Cleary 

Rose Meehan 

Lizzie llannan 

Annie McKeon 

Lizzie Shaughnessv 

Belle Mo \iiley....* 

Fannie Ileinsfnrther 

Edith Clinton 

Katie I'eck 

SECOND DIVISION. 

Belle Bray Promoted. 

Maiy Farrelly ... " 

Alma Aliern " 

Nellie Kraus " 

Dora Kundinger " 

Katie McNitf .. 

Mamie Dunne 

Frances Paradise 



82 
81 
81 
81 
80 
88 
80 



90 
87 
86 
86 

83 
83 

82 

82 
81 
73 



9J 

89 
89 
87 
84 
83 
85 
84 
b^3 
82 
82 
81 
81 
81 
81 
80 
8li 
7!) 
78 
77 
76 
75 
73 
72 



87 
h6 
86 
84 
83 
79 



SCHOL. 

88~" 

88 

88 

88 

82 

87 

81 

87 

80 

81 

89 



92 
89 

89 
89 
85 



86 
89 
82 
90 
86 
79 
85 

83 



94 
93 
94 

94 
91 
88 
94 
90 
88 
91 
89 
91 
86 
92 
91 
90 
83 
90 
82 
85 
81 
82 
81 



90 



90 
88 
90 
90 

87 
81 

85 



DEPT. 

iiio~ 

100 

95 

100 

100 

100 

95 

100 

90 

70 

100 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
10 1 
100 
100 
100 
95 
100 
100 

HO 



95 
100 
100 
100 
101 > 

95 
loo 
100 
loo 
liO 
100 

95 
liio 
100 . 
100 
100 

81) 

75 
100 
1(0 
100 
100 

95 

95 
100 



100 
95 
100 
100 
100 
11^0 
100 
SO 



OBS. OF 
RL'LE. 

100 
98 
81 
99 
91 
95 
85 

100 
80 
70 

100 



100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

85 

85 

100 

93 

100 

85 

95 

100 

90 



91 
92 

100 
90 

100 
90 
99 

100 
75 
80 

liiO 

100 
95 

100 
95 
95 
70 
70 
95 
95 
95 
95 
80 
90 
90 
99 



E9 
95 
99 
99 
95 

85 
70 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



37 



(^lara Wolf 

Ettic Enright Absent. 

Lizzie Lomax • Not examined. 

Evic Fox '• 

FIFTH CLASS— FIRST DIVISION. 

Maggie M urphy Promoi ed. 

Katie Green " 

Annie DeCampi " 

Oeraldine Connolly '' 

Mary Mahony " 

Lncy Ky n " 

Bessie Hrennan 

Veronica Murphy . ... 

D. Dahnke 

Marie Stearns 

Annie Sandmeyer 

Annie Bouse 

Evelyn Fant ..Absent. 

Hattie Phillips 

FIFTH CLASS. — SECOND DIVISION. 

jvlary Cahill Promoted. 

Mary Smith " 

CeliaCuhahy ' " 

Maggie Bowen " 

Katie Dalton " 

Marie Lavarron " 

Lizzie Melthor " 

Mary Edwards " 

Mamie Foote " 

Mollie Sanders " 

Kittle Cleary " 

Aggie Bush ... 

Mary Barrett 

Lizzie McQuaid 

Maria Bergeron 

Annie Hudson 

Nellie Leddy 

Nellie Colter 

Cornelia Surprinant . . 

Maryllagan 

Gertie Moore 

Julia Dee Absent 

.Maggie Hunt " 

Jennie Kean " 

Louise Granger " 

Lottie Barnet " 

Maggie Becklenberg " 

SIXTH CLASS. FIRST DIVISION. 

Ettie Rosenbaum Promoted 

Marv Burns " 

Bridget Dillon .. " 

Emma Wolf " 

Mabel Allen " 

Mamie Haggarty 

Josie O'Brien 

Maude Cleary 

Lillie Meehan 

Katie Cahill 

Blanche McCann 

Minnie Johnson 

Valentine Ryan 

Annie Kean Absent 

Maude Sherwood " 

Mary McCaffrey " 



EX. AV, 



92 
_9fL 

'so 

88 
88 
88 
87 
87 
85 
83. 
84 
76 



94 
91 
89 
88 
86 
86 
86 
85 
85 
85 
85 
81 
80 
76 
76 
74 
71 
70 
70 
69 
69 



94 
88 
87 
86 
85 
83 
82 
82 
81 
79 
75 
75 
72 



SCHOI,. 


DEPT. 


80 


80 


85 


100 


82 


85 


92 


100 


99 


90 


31. 


8? 


87 


83- 


92 


100 


83 


83 


83 


80 


87 


94 


94 


100 


86 


80 


92 


.83- 


8^6 


100 


91 


90 


88 


100 


83 


75 


88 


90 



91 
92 
88 
87 
83 
84 
91 
90 
&) 
90 
83 
85 
87 
¥5 
t<3 
73 
73 
81 
80 
81 
84 
88 
85 
80 
80 



90 
86 
86 
85 
85 
87 
86 
84 
82 
82 
88 
80 
79 
87 
80 
87 



87 

100 

8-i 

90 

100 

100 

91 

85 

91 

91 

85 

100 

85 

100 

100 

80 

80 

82 

80 

85 

90 

93 

100 

ICO 

100 

60 



100 
90 
SO 
70 
70 

100 

100 
75 
80 
85 
95 
70 
70 

100 
70 
90 



DBS. OF 
RULE. 

75~ 
80 

80 
95 



90 
50 

89 

80 
50 
99 

100 
80 
.50- 

100 
90 

100 
80 



40 

40 

lOK 

90 

10(1 

100 

100 

85 

90 

90 

50 

90 

100 

80 

100 

100 

80 

40 

40 

80 

80 

95 

100 

100 

100 

100 

40 



96 
85 
75 
75 
70 
98 
100 
100 
80 
70 
89 
60 
79 
95 
80 
99 



38 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



Agnus Woods Not examined 

SIXTH CLASS— SECOND DIVISION. 

Josey Williams Pi-omoted 

Lillie Fallon 

Kaiie Maher " 

Nellie O'Leaiy " 

Maggie Uowden 

Katie Hallowed " 

Edna Spies '• 

Marv Wells 

Clara (Jahill -. 

Mary Brennan 

Mamie Joy 

Annie Koeliler 

Theoue Wheeler 

Josey Kipley...- 

SEVENTH CLASS. 

LuL-y Dorney Promoted 

Blanche Sherwood '" 

MaryLeahey '" 

Mamie Brown " 

Bessie Cleary '" 

Laura Ford " 

Sophia Bergeron " 

Julia Chapman " 

Marv Marbel, ... " 

Maude t'ahill " 

Charlotte Cardigan " 

Nettie Traynor " 

Birdie (iilmore " 

Elizabeth Granger " 

Esther PrindevHle " 

Annie Coins 

Bessie Farrell 

Maria Bonfield 

Bessie Cudahy 

Julia Cudahy 

Annie Hyde 

Mamie O'Leary 

Mabel Sherwood 

Maude Brown 

Linda Farrelly. .. . .... 

Caroline Newman 

Maude Harper Absent 

PRIMER. 

Nellie O'Brien 

Maud Wheeler 

Clara Woods 

Lizzie Dnddleson 

Katie Farrelly 

Katie Ryan 

Alice Reddy 

Gertie Hurd 

Mary ]\Iaher 

Mamie Montague 

:Mary Gardner 

Josie (Jooiis 

Katie Ross 

Nellie Sweeny 

Josey Foster 

Myrtle Simons 

Louise Stewart 

Frances Boyle 

Mamie Ryan 



EX. AV 



95 
91 
89 
»0 
89 
85 
S5 
83 
83 
81 
79 
V9 
80 
69 



91 
90 
88 
88 
88 
87 
86 
86 
85 
84 
83 
83 
83 
83 
88 
88 
88 
86 
82 
82 
82 
81 
81 
61 
81 
80 



SCHOL. 



S6 
92 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
85 
86 
Si 
80 
80 
75 
70 



i)2 
93 
90 
90 
HO 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
83 
85 
84 
88 
89 
90 
90 
86 
85 
85 
85 
85 
82 
83 
82 
80 
80 



DEPT. 



50 



90 

80 

100 

85 

50 

100 

100 

95 

50 

95 

80 

50 

50 

50 



85 
70 

100 
75 
50 
85 
90 

ICO 
80 
80 

100 
75 
60 
60 
80 
80 

100 
80 

100 

lOU 

100 
90 
50 

100 
70 
50 
70 



OBs. or 

RULE. 



50 



80 

80 

100 

80 

50 

l(/0 

100. 

95 

50 

98 

80 

50 

50 

50 



85 
85 

100 
75 
50 
75 
90 

100 
80 
80 
80 
79 
50 
50 
80 
80 

100 
80 

100 

100 

100 
90 
50 

100 
70 
50 
70 



100 


80 


75 


70 


lliO 


75 


100 


100 


00 


65 


100 


75 


100 


100 


^5 


75 


100 


ICO 


100 


100 


85 


85 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


80 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


89 


100 


100 


100 


100 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



39 



SECOND SESSION. 



GRADUATING CLASS. 



Minnie Brady.... 
Evelyn Brown . 
Matilda Baxter. .. 
Maggie Clinnin . . 
Maude St. Claire 
Martha Bennett. . 
A' nie O'Brien... 

Joe Sanders 

Mary Neville . . . 
Ella Higgins 



FIRST CLASS. 



Joe Biirke. 



SECOND CLASS. 

Bvie Excell Promoted 

Mary Mitchell , 

Tessie Kelly " 

Nellie O'Brien 

Mary Mahon " 

Mary Kent " 

Laura Moakley "' 



Mary Keenau .. 
Stella Florsheim. 

Addle Lowry 

Annie Green 

Olive Hyde 

Mamie Green... 

Kittle Farrell 

Delia Bergeron.. 
Nellie Conley . . . . 

Mary Martin 

Stella Bonfield... 



THIRD CLASS — FIRST DIVISION. 

Rosie O'Brien Promoted 

Katie Murphy " 

Louise Abbott "' 

Clara Myers " 

Rotiie Malatesta - " 

Nellie Nolan 

Lillie Sandmeyer " 

Mary Shaughnessy " 

Mollie Shepard " 

Mary Duggan " 

Katie Hastings " 

Nellie Burke 

Rosie Gillespie 

Julia Cleary 

Jennie Mangan 

Maggie Murphy Absent 

Mary Mur])hy '• 

Katie Sweet " 

Henrietta Bisby " 

Florence Dean " 



THIRD CLASS — SECOND DIVISION. 

Jennie Murphy Promoted 

Laura Sandmeyer ■' 

Mamie Fahey " 

Anastasia Cumniings " 



EX. AV, 



96 
96 
95 
9.5 

9?. 
92 
.92 
91 
90 



4-7 



93 



94 

93 

94 

92% 

92 

92 

92 

89 

86 

80 

86 

81 

84 

87 

84 

82 

82 

80 

80 



93 
91 
90 
85 
85 
84 
84 
84 
83 
83 
85 
87 
80 
80 
80 



91 
88 
86 
86 



SCHOL. 


DEPT. 


94 


100 


94 


100 


94 


98 


95 


100 


94 


100 


94 


98 


93 


100 


93 


100 


93 


100 


92 


98 


95 


100 


92 


90 


93 


100 


93 


100 


92 


100 


94 


100 


93 


100 


92 


100 


90 


100 


91 


100 


79 


89 


80 


79 


80 


81 


81 


100 


92 


100 


88 


ino 


85 


100 


89 


81 


80 


100 


81 


89 


92 


100 


95 


100 


94 


100 


92 


100 


92 


100 


93 


100 


91 


100 


92 


90 


90 


100 


91 


90 


85 


82 


92 


100 


92 


100 


82 


95 


92 


100 


88 


80 


88 


100 


90 


100 


90 


91 


88 


100 


95 


100 


91 


100 


89 


100 


86 


81 

1 



CBS. OP 
RULE. 

96 

96 

98 
100 

96 

95 

95 
100 

96 

95 



100 



81 
95 
95 
91 
98 
97 
95 
80 
98 
71 
70 
70 
70 
80 
89 
100 
78 
80 
80 



97 
99 
80 
98 
100 
100 
99 
80 
80 



100 

100 
90 

100 
78 
86 
98 
93 

100 



100 

100 

100 

79 



40 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



Maggie Lynn . . . 
Mary Stringer . . 
Katie Wolsli... . 
Lizzie Bardou. . . 
Ma y O'Conner. 

Mary Spies 

Mary Kelly 

Mary Enright 

isora Uluistein 
Mary 0"Uounrll 
May Ilauiuiel . . . 



Promoted 



Absent 



FOURTH CLASS — FIRST DIVISION. 

Belle Bray Promoted 

Clara Ciidahy 

May Ilaydeii 

Cora Kundinger 

Tessie Bardou ' 

Nellie Caliill 

M ary FarreMy 

Annie Myers ... ' 

Alma Alieru 

Belle McAuley 

Rose Meeliau ' 

Mary u'Conncll. 

Annie Leahy 

Lizzie Siianghnessy 

Bessie Clcary 

Annie McKeon 

Mary DeC'ampi 

Nellie Kra lis 

Eva O'Brieu Absent 

Katie Shanley 

Ellen M iller 

Lizzie Hannan 



FOURTH CLASS — SECOND DIVISION 

Katie McNifl Promoted 

Frances Paradise ' 

Mamie Dunne ' 

Alice Waggoner ' 

Emma Busse •■ 

Kittie Green . . 

Geraldine (Donley 

Annie DeCampi 

Lizzie Lomas 

Katie Crosby 

Lucy Ryan 

IVlaL;i;ie Murphy 

Stclii^IIagan 

Mary Mahoney Absent 

Mamie Mahoney 

Clara Wolf 

Evie Fox Not examined 



FIFTH CLASS.' — FIRST DIVISION. 

Mary Smith Promoted 

Marie Stearns ' ■ 

Veronica Murphy " 

Ida Thomas '• 

Bessie Brennm " 

Lizzie Melthor " 

Molly Sanders 

May Cahill 

Mamie Foote 

Genevieve Finucan 

Maggie Bowen 



EX. AV. 


SCHOL 


DEPT. 


86 


85 


100 


85 


8S 


96 


83 


.-5 


97 


84 


84 


100 


84 


^3 


80 


83 


82 


90 


82 


8'i 


98 


8? 


82 


80 


78 


83 


100 




85 


9.-' 




84 


100 


91 


94 


91 


90 


92 


100 


b9 


94 


100 


89 


93 


100 


87 


91 


IfO 


87 


93 


100 


85 


!r2 


90 


85 


90 


9.-> 


8.^ 


91 


100 


84 


9) 


81 


84 


88 


100 


84 


•92 


100 


82 


9J 


100 


82 


SO 


95 


81 


90 


100 


79 


84 


100 


7H 


88 


80 


87 


92 


100 




91 


lOJ 




91 


lt,0 




89 


100 




88 


100 


91 


91 


so 


90 


90 


85 


84 


90 


lliO 


84 


84 


83 


8;3 


85 


100 


78 


82 


90 


70 


81 


90 


85 


80 


80 


74 


82 


80 


72 


80 


100 


09 


83 


80 


69 


85 


100 


68 . 


78 


85 




90 


80 




90 


93 




80 


80 




75 


100 


91 


92 


85 


91 


92 


h2 


89 


93 


100 


89 


92 


99 


88 


91 


9>1 


87 


93 


99 


8.") 


91 


87 


85 


83 


73 


85 


89 


88 


84 


89 


91 


84 


89 


83 



OBS. OF 
RULE. 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



41 



Celia Cudahy 

Matilda Lavarron. 

Katie Dalton 

Alary Edwaide ... 

Kittie Cleary 

Evelyn Fant ' ' 

Aiiuie Bouse 

Dora Dankee 



.Not examined 



EX. AV. 



FIFTH CLASS— SECOND DIVISION. 



Lottie Barnett 

Lizzie McQ,uaid ... 

Gertie Moore 

Ella Leddy 

Mamie Barrett 

Aggie Bu^^h 

Jennie Kean . . 

Maria Bergeron 

Loiii^^e Granger 

Mary Hagan 

Annie Hiids^oii 

Cornelia Surprinaut. 

Emma Wolf 

Mary Burns 

Agnes Ronan 

Mabel Allen 

Mary Bresiuihan 

Bridget Dillon 

Ettie Rosenbaiun 

Nellie Cotter 



Promoted 



. Absent 



SIXTH CLASS. FIRST DIVISION. 

Mollie Hagarty Promoted 

Katie Maher 

Maude Cleary " 

Blanche McCann " 

Katie Cahill " 

Carrie Coombs " 

Josie O'Brien " 

Lillie Fallon 

Annie Mahoney > " 

Annie Kean 

Mamie Brennan 

Miunie Johnson 

Katie Hallowed .' 



Mamie Reddy 

Nellie O'Leary 

Agnes Woods 

Edna Spies 

Lillie Meehan Absent 

Josey Williams " 

SIXTH CLASS. SECOND DIVISION. 

Annie Koehler Promoteu 

Mary Quinlan " 

Lucy Dorney " 

Clara Cahill 

Laura Foid '' 

Mamie Joy '■ 

M ary Brown 

Nell"ie Oriel 

Blanch Sherwood 

Elizabeth Granger 

Sophia l'.er.,'eron 

Mamie Hibbard 

Birdie Uilmore 



83 

82 
78 
78 
62 



89 
89 
88 
■h7 
87 
«7 
87 
86 
86 
78 
7."> 
7.5 
74 
71 
70 
66 
tiO 



94 
9.3 
9.3 
92 
91 
91 
90 
90 
90 
89 
87 
86 
86 
84 
84 
81 
75 
.2 



94 
93 
93 
92 

89 

87 

.S.") 

85 
83 
83 

82 
80 
78 



89 

87 
b7 
84 
85 



94 
93 
92 
<<2 
93 
92 
93 
tb 
88 
88 
85 
88 
83 
S3 
79 
7.1 
74 



93 
89 
9) 
89 
92 
91 
93 
92 
93 
87 
f-8 
92 
8.1 
92 
89 
89 
7'> 
85 
87 
92 



93 
92 
91 
91 

88 
86 
84 
84 
84 
84 
85 
81 
80 



99 
94 
95 
87 
80 
100 
90 
80 



100 
75 
79 
80 

liO 
95 

100 

100 

100 
80 

lOu 
70 
8) 
79 
75 
77 

100 
60 

1(0 
85 



95 
100 
90 
98 
80 

luO 

100 
f-0 
85 

lUO 

100 
80 

100 
■.0 

100 
9t 
60 

100 
91 



5.1 
100 
9J 
.50 
90 
70 
60 
50 
85 
99 
70 
80 
75 



DBS. OF 
RULE. 



100 
90 
90 

80 
60 
100 
95 
70 



11.0 

60 

70 

85 

100 

100 

100 

100 

}V0 

80 

100 

60 

80 

85 

70 

60 

100 

80 

100 

70 



87 
98 
80 
98 
75 
99 

100 
89 
80 
99 
98 
7) 

100 
6:-. 
98 
80 
70 
98 
91 
97 



65 
96 
f-3 
62 

86 
69 
72 
F7 
86 
99 
75 
7.i 



42 



St. Xavier's Academy. 



Mamie O'Leary 

Bessie McCleary Absent 

Mary Wells " 

Mary Marbel " 

SEVENTH CLASS. 

Charlotte Cardigan Promoted 

Bessie Cndahy ' 

Julia Ciulahy " 

Lizzie Salmon " 

Maude Cahill " 

Nellie O'Brien 

Esther Prindeville ' 

Mary Gardner 

Annie Coins 

Maude Sherwood 

Lizzie Duddleson 

Josey Kipley 

Alice Reddy Absent 

Nettie Traynor 

Julia Chapman 

Annie Hyde 

Maggie Bresnahan 

Theoue Wheeler 



PRIMER. 



Maria Bontield 
Katie Farrelly . . . 
Linda FarrcUy. .. 
Mamie O'Leary . 
Musa McBcau 

May Maher 

Katie Ross 

Mamie Montagui 
Lottie Jordan . 
Louise Stewart.. 

Isa McBi'an 

Mabel Moore 
Emma Vincent 
Auneite Regan . . 
Lillie Mabbs.... 
Irene iMal)t)s . . 

Gertie Ilurd 

Clara Smith .. 

Babe Woods 

Grace Ballard 
Mamie Cleary . . 
Katie Ryan . 
Josie Coons 



Promoted 



EX. AV. 


SCHOL. 


DEFT. 


85 


75 


100 




86 


85 




84 


90 




84 


89 


95 


90 


91 


95 


91 


100 


90 


90 


100 


90 


91 


95 


80 


85 


55 


85 


86 


93 


83 


84 


58 


78 


79 


90 


77 


90 


80 


t i 


78 


70 


76 


80 


100 


70 


80 


85 




85 


»5 




84 


90 




83 


80 




80 


90 




80 


90 




79 


60 


90 


90 


80 


90 


89 


70 


90 


89 


75 


90 


90 


80 


S9 


88 


100 


90 


89 


100 


88 


87 


100 


84 


83 


100 


83 


81 


90 


83 


81 


90 


83 


8-2 


100 


80 


81 


80 


83 


81 


100 


81) 


81 


100 


83 


80 


90 


8 


78 


90 


TO 


75 


15 


75 


75 


80 


76 


75 


100 


75 


73 


80 


80 


8il 


1(10 




80 


100 




80 


1 



CBS. OF 
RULE. 

96~" 

80 

85 

70 



80 

100 

100 

95 

80 

95 

80 

80 

80 

50 

100 

85 

100 

78 

90 

90 

80 

70 



80 

70 

75 

80 

100 

100 

100 

100 

70 

70 

100 

80 

100 

100 

80 

80 

70 

80 

70 

70 

100 

100 

100 



RULES FOR THE BOARDERS. 



The pupils !<liould remember that, in an institution of this kind, it would be 
impossible to preserve order without well established Rules; and when these Rules 
are once understood, each young lady should consider it her duty, not only to ob- 
serve them strictly, but also to aid her companions in doing the same, thereby ren- 
dering a most acceptable assistance to her teacher, whose greatest pleasure amongst 
them will be derived from their assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The first and most important Rule concerns their religious duties, which 
all will be required to attend punctnally. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during the time al- 
lowed for recreation, in the room appointed for that purpose; but even during the 
hours set apart for recreation, it is never permitted in the halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall or any room in which all 
are assembled, without permission from the presiding sister. 

4th. No pupil ie allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose of safe 
keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the Treasurer; also, all jetvelry, except a 
breast-pin. pair of ear-rings, and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, .iewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pui)il will write to her parents or guardian at least once in two 

weeks. 

?th. The pupils are not allowed to make visits oftener than once a month. 

8th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to exclude all 
others, or become remarkable; on the contrary, all should try to be sociable and 
kind, as members of one family circle, especially towards new pupils. 

nth. During the recreation hours, no work is permitted that will prevent the 
pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the mind and preparing 
it for future study 

lUth. No books brought to the Academy by the pupils, can be read without 
submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are also subject to the 
inspection of the Directress. 

11th. No visits allowed, except :it the appointed time, viz: Wednesday after- 
noons and Sunday; pupils who wish to give no trouble, should be particular to 

notify their friends of this arrangement. 

12th. Personal neatness, and a particular care of books, toilet articles, wear- 
ing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as nothing like a slovenly appear 
anc%will be tolerated. A young lady who is careless in this respect, must expect to 
lose all good marks, as well as the respect of her companions and teachers. 

13th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms during the 
hours given them for practice, neither should they speak in those rooms. 

14th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room, during school or recreation hours, 
without si)ccial permission. 



44 St. Xavier's Academy. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS 



IS AS FOLLOWS : 



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clock, 


Rise. 


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Morning Prayers and Mass. 


7 


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Breakfast, followed by Recreation. 


8 


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Study. 


9 


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Recitation in respective class rooms. 


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Dinner and Recreation. 


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Study. 


1 


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Recitation. 


4 


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Luncheon and Recreation. 


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Study. 


6 


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Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics). 


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Recreation . 


8 


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Night Prayers; after which all retire to their respective 



dormitories for the night. 



Studies tvill be resumed on the first Monday in September, 
and no young lady who is not then in attendance luill Af alloiued 
to cojnpete for the Deportment Medal. 



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•Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, 



This Institution, first opened in 1846, is now permanently located 
on the corner of Wabash Avenue and Twentj'-Ninth Street, about 
three miles from the centre of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious, 
and well adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are 
connected with the various sleeping apartments, and the entire 
building is heated by steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to 
health, and those parents and guardians who have patronized the 
Academy during the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation 
which exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27th, 1847, Saint Xavier's 
Academy enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions 
of the country'. _ 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to 
secure order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions, of five months 
each — the first session commencing on the first of September; the 
second on the first of Feljruary. A vacation of about one week is 
allowed at Christmas, when pupils are permitted to visit their 
parents if they desire it. If residents of the city they are permitted 
to do so once a month — generally the first Sunday of tlie month, 
unless deprived of this privilege for non-observance of rule. 

AVednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends; visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since 
study is necessarily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to 
the supervision of the Directress. 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no case 
leave (as is sometimes the practice), just before the close of the year, 
without serious damage to their standing, besides forfeiting prizes. 



ST. XAVIEB S ACADEMY. 



No deduction is made foi* the first two or last two weeks of a term, 
nor for absence except in cases of protracted sickness. 

As the practice of leaving just before the close of the year is a 
serious damage to the interests of the Institution, any pupil does so 
at the risk of her good standing. 

Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention, con- 
sistent with the spirit of a mild, but firm government, is paid to the 
comfort of the young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the 
greatest care is taken to nourish in their minds those principles of 
vii'tue and religion which alone can render education profitable. 
No undue influence is exercised over the religious opinions of non- 
Catholic pupils; however, for the sake of order, all are required to 
conform to the external discipline of the Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded 
to parents and guardians. 

At the Annual Distribution of Premiums, those who have given 
evidence of polite and amiable deportment, are crowned by the Et. 
Rev. Bishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and 
useful education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric. Compo- 
sition, History and Penmanshijj. A certain j^ortion of time is al- 
lowed each puftil for Plain and Ornamental Needle Work, Wax 
Flowers, etc. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those only who take the full 
Academic Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the year, their session 
always commencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness and etiquette, and 
all that constitutes ladylike deportment! 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who 
may be found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For 
the latter the Academy is opened at eight o'clock. 

Recitation commences at nine o'clock precisely, and continues 
until three o'clock P. M., with an intermission of three quarters of 
an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the j'oung ladies, as well as their jDromotion, 
depends in a great measure on tlieir regular attendance at school, 
they should never be encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except 
in case of illness. Parents should also see that they attend to even- 
ing study while at home, as it is useless to expect perfect recitation 
without private study. 

No young lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation 
hours except in extraordinary cases. 



ST. xavieb's academy. 



TKRMS. 

(FOR BOARDERS.) 
Pek Session of Five Months, In Advance. 

Board and Tuition, in English and Music, - - $150 

Languages, each, - - - 10 

Oil Painting, 25 

Water color, 25 

Crayon, 25 

Harp, 40 

Guitar, 30 

Vocal Lessons, 30 

Washing, 5 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favoral)le terms may be made by those sending two or more 
sisters at the same time. 

Books, Station eiy, etc., are furnished at the usual retail prices, 
but never on credit. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, 
suitable for each season. Toilet articles, six towels, four table- 
napkins, a knife and fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, and napkin-ring, 
two yards of carpeting or a rug, two yards black net for veiling. 

No ijarticular uniform is required. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a fuU supply of postage stamps. 



TKRiVLS. 

(FOR DAT SCHOLARS.) 

Pee Quarter of Ten Weeks, In Advance. 

Academic Department. 

English Branches, ------- $15 

Mxisic, 15 

Use of Piano, 5 

Painting for the Pupils, -------15 

" for those who do not attend school, - - 25 

Crayon, " .< *< '^ . - - 25 

" for Pupils, 15 

DraAving, 5 

Guitar, 15 

Vocal Lessons, 15 

Intermediate Department. 

English Branches, for Juveniles, . . - - $10 

English Branches, for Minims, 5 

Music, for Juniors, 10 



ST. XAVIEK S ACADEMY. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 



Pkimaky Department — First Division. 

Reading (Third Reader), Ortliograjjliy, Grammar, Penmanship, 
Practical Arithmetic (Robinson's Rudiments), Intellectual Arith- 
metic (Robinson's Primary), Object Lessons, Geography, 

Second Division. 

Reading (Second and First Readers), Orthography, Penmanship, 
Practical Arithmetic (Robinson's Rudiments), Object Lessons. 

Intermediate Department — First Division. 

Reading (Fourth Reader), Orthographic Dictation, Penmanship, 
Arithmetic (Robinson's Practical and Mental), Grammar (Brown's 
Institute), Geogi-aphy (Mitchell's Intermediate), English Composi- 
tion, Etiquette, Christian Doctrine, V. S. History. 

Second Division. 

Reading (Fourth Reader), Oi'thography, Penmanship, Arithmetic 
(Robinson's Practical and Mental), Gi'ammar (Brown's Primary), 
Geogi'aphy (Mitchell's), Composition, Etiquette, Christian Doctrine. 

Senior Department — First Division. 

Reading (Sixth Reader). Penmanship, Rhetoric and Composition, 
Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, English Litera- 
ture, Botany, Book-Keei)ing, Astronomy, Ornamental Penmanship, 
Review of Geography and Grammar, Zoology, Civil Government, 
Political Economy. 

Second Division. 

Reading (Fifth and Sixth Reader), Orthographic Dictation. Pen- 
manship, Composition, Grammar (Brown's Institute), Arithmetic 
(Robinson's Practical and Mental). Sacred History, Familiar Science 
(Peterson's), Physiology (Steel's), Etymology. 



ST. xaviek's academy. 



INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 
Beyer's Instructor— Five-finger Exercises. Jousse's Musical Catechism. 

First Division. 
Instructor and Catecbism continued, Major and Minor Scales, Similar and 
Contrary Motion, Czerny's Easy Studies, Occasional Pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 
Plaidy's Technical Studies commenced. Major and Blinor Scales in Thirds^ 
Sixths, Catechism, Lenioine's Juvenile Studies— first book. Easy Sonatas. 

First Division. 
Plaidy's Technical Studies, Catechism and Scales, Lemoine's Juvenile 
Studies— second book, Sonatas and Pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 
Lemoine's Juvenile Studies— second book, Czerny's and Heller's Etudes, 
Selections Irom Leybach, Gottschalk. etc.. Thorough Bass, Catechism. 

First Division. 
Cramer's Studies— first book. Selections from Chopin, Weber, Schuman, 
Beethoven's Easier Sonatas, etc. Harmony (Weitzman's Manual). History of 
Music commenced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 
Cramer's Studies continued, Beethoven's Sonatas, Liszt's Rhapsodies, 
Chopin's Polonaise, etc., Weitzman's Manual of Harmony, History of Music 
continued. 



VOCAL MUSIC. 



Scale Singing-, Intervals, Easy Pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
Concone's Fifty Lessons, Minor and Chromatic Scales, Ballads. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 
Concone's Twenty-five Lessons, Selections from Rossini, Verdi, Donizetti, etc. 
All are expected to attend Class-singing, which is free. Private Vocal les- 
sons, however, are extra. 



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CATALOGUE OF PUPILS. 

From Sept , 1882, to June, 1883. 



Aliern, Almy Chicago, 111. 

Allen, May 

Armstrong, Lizzie •' " 

Barrett, Mamie " " 

Barnet, Marj^ " " 

Bardon, Tessie " " 

Bardon, Lizzie " " 

Bergeron, Maria Tucker, " 

Bergeron, Sophia " " 

Bly, Laura Chicago, " 

Bonfleld. Stella " 

Bonfieid, Maria " 

Bouden, Maggie Texas. 

Boyle, Francis Chicago, 111. 

BoMen, Maggie " •' 

Beaupre, Annie De Kalb, " 

Beaupre, Elva " " 

Bray, Bell Freeport, " 

Brennan, Lizzie Chicago, " 

Brennan, Liicy " " 

Brown, Nannie " *' 

Brown, Mamie " " 

Brown, Jennie " " 

Brown, Mary " " 

Bradley, Katie Waukegan, "' 

Burke, Joe Chebanse, " 

Burke, Nellie " " 

Burke, Maggie Chicago, " 

Burks, Edna Sullivan, Iowa. 

Burns, Mary Chicago, 111. 

Bush, Agnes ■' " 

Busse, Emma " " 

Canfleld, Maggie '• " 

Casey, Mary ' • •' 

Callahan, Allie " " 

Canty, Annie " 

Cahill, Nellie 

Cleary, Bessie " " 

Cleary, Kittle '• " 



ST. xavier's academy. 



Cleary, Jiilia CMcago, 111. 

Cleary, Madie " " 

Chamberlain, Carrie " " 

Chapman, Cornelia " " 

Connort, Bertha Sycamore, " 

Connelly, Mary Chicago, " 

Conley, Nellie 

Cotton, Maggie " " 

Coines, Annie " " 

Combs, Carrie Hyde Park, " 

Courtney, May Chicago, " 

Cole, Annie " " 

Coakes, OUie 

Conway, Annie " " 

Coyle, May 

Coyle, Maggie " 

Cotter, Maggie " " 

Crosby, Katie " 

Consadine, Lucy " " 

Consadine, Georgie '* " 

Cudahy, Clara 

Cudahy, Celia 

Cudahy, Julia 

Cudahy, Bessie " " 

Cusac, Maggie " " 

Cummings, Anastasia " " 

Dalton, MoUie 

Dalton, Katie 

Dean, Florence Dayton, Ohio. 

Deal, Carrie Chicago, 111. 

Dee, Annie Dixon, " 

De Campi, Mary Chicago, " 

Devor, Sadie " " 

Dixon, Mai;de San Francisco, Cal. 

Dorion, M . Louise Kankakee, 111. 

Doruey, Lucy Chicago, " 

Drury, Minnie " '' 

Duggan, Mary 

Duddleston, Lizzie "' '" 

Dunne, Mamie " '" 

Eaton, Cecilia " 

Edwards, Mary " ' ' 

Enright. Mary " " 

Excell, Evelyn " " 

Farmer, Teresa 

Fallon, Lillie 



ST. xavier's acadesiy. 



Fahey, Mamie Chicago, 111. 

Finucan, Genevieve " " 

Fimiean, Annie " " 

Finucan, Mamie " " 

Foote, Sarah " " 

Foote, Mamie " " 

Foote, Kosemary " " 

Foster, Jessie " " 

Gallagher, Katie " " 

Gardner, Mamie " " 

Gilmore, Birdie " " 

Gilday, Teresa " " 

Gillespie, Rosemary " " 

Goodwin, Minnie " " 

Goldsmith, Kittie Leadville, Colo. 

Green, Annie Chicago, 111. 

Green, Mamie " " 

Green, Katie " " 

Granger, Louise St. George, " 

Granger, Elizabeth " " 

Hagan, Jennie St. Marie, Kan. 

Hagan, Estelle Chicagoj 111. 

Hagan, Mary " " 

Haws, Marion •' " 

Hayken, Josie " " 

Hallowed, Katie " " 

Hayden, May " " 

Hayes, Gracie " '• 

Hastings, Katie " " 

Hagarty, Mollie " " 

Humbach, Dora St. Ignace, Mich. 

Hibbard, Mamie Chicago, 111. 

Hickey, Kittie " " 

Hobeliu, Josephine " " 

Hudson, Annie " '« 

Hyde, O. Blanche " • " 

Hunt, Maggie " " 

Johnson, Daisy " " 

Jordan, Lottie " " 

Joy, Mamie " " 

Kane, Jennie " " 

Kane, Annie " " 

Kenney, Annie " " 

Kent, Mary <' " 

Kelly, Teresa " " 

Kelly, Katie. " " 



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Keeuiin, Mary Cliicago, 111. 

Kellar, Mary " " 

Ki-aus, Nellie Freeport, ' ' 

Koehler, Annie Cliicago, " 

Kipner, Mamie " " 

Lamb, Mamie " " 

Lalley, Celia Qninnesec, Mich. 

Langbein, Amelia Cliicago, 111. 

Lavarron, Matilda " " 

Lannon, Katie " " 

Le Due, Ernestine " " 

Lealiy, Mamie " '• 

Leahy, Annie " " 

Leddy, Ella " " 

Lomax, Lizzie " " 

Lozo, Clara " '* 

Lichtenheim, Bertha " " 

Lichtenheim, Rosie " " 

Mayer, Josephine " " 

Malloy, Winifried " " 

Malloy, Mamie " " 

Mabbs, Lilbe 

Mabbs, Irene " " 

Mabbs, Eva 

Mansfield, Mary Dnrand, " 

Mangan, Jennie Chicago, " 

Marbel, Pussie " " 

Mahoney, Minnie " " 

Mahoney, Mary " " 

Martin, Mollie " " 

Mann, Emma " *' 

Markham, Minnie " " 

McBean, Isa " " 

McBean, Musa " •' 

McCann, Bessie " 

McCann, Lillie 

McCaffrey, Mamie " "' 

McCourt, Claude Oshkosh, Wis. 

McCormic, Annie Chicago, 111. 

McAuley, Belle " " 

McKeon, Annie " " 

McKenna, Sadie . Qninnesec, Mich. 

McCleary, Bessie Chicago, 111. 

McGrath, Alice Dixon, " 

McNemara, Annie Chicago, " 

Meehan, Lillie ■• " 



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Maher, Katie Chicago, ni. 

Maher, Mary '* 

Melthor, Lizzie " 

More, Mabel 

Moore, Gertie " 

Montague, Mamie 

Moakley, Laura " 

Mondshein, Katie 

Montgomery, Mary " 

Mitchell, Mary 

Murphy, Veronica " " 

Murphy, Katie 

Mueller, Minnie " " 

Mulleady, Katie 

Miller, Edith. ... 

Micks, Mamie 

Murphy, Maggie " " 

Murphy, Mary 

Murphy, Maggie " " 

Myers, Clara Ridott, 

Myers, Helen Chicago, " 

Nacy, Helen 

Nelligan, Julia 

Xelligan, Mary 

O'Brien, Maggie 

O'Brien, Nellie 

O'Brien, Rosie " " 

O'Brien, Josie 

O'Brien, Fannie 

O'Brien, Nellie 

O'Brien, Lulu " " 

O'Brien, Eva 

O'Conner, Mary " 

O'Connell, Mary 

O'Donnell, Mary 

Ohnstein, Nora " " 

O'Leary, Nellie *' •' 

O'Leary, Mamie '• " 

Oriel, Nellie 

Prendergast, Winnie " " 

Peters, Julia " " 

Phitzer, Nettie 

Pliilpin, Gracie ' * " 

Prinderville, Esther 

Quin, Mary 

Quinlan, Mary "" *' 



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ST. xaviee's academy. 



Eaizor, Jessie Chicago, 111. 

Eeed, Maggie " " 

Eeddy, Alice " " 

Eeddy, Mamie " " 

Eegau, Neta " " 

Eonan, Agnes " " 

Eoddin, Eva " " 

Rossi, Katie " " 

Eeixter, AlUe " " 

Eyan, Katie " " 

Euth, Georgie " " 

Eyan, Mamie " " 

Sanders, Mamie " " 

Sandmeier, Lillie " " 

Sandmeier, Laura " " 

Sandmeier, Annie " " 

Scanlan, Lizzie " " 

Salmon, Lizzie " " 

Schoenhoffen, Libbie " " 

Schoenhoflfen, Lillie " " 

Sherwood, Maude " " 

Sherwood, Blanche Beloit, Wis. 

Sherwood, Mabel Chicago, 111. 

Shaughnessy, Mary " " 

Sliaughnessy, Lizzie " " 

Schintz, Laura " " 

Shanley, Katie " " 

Sheehau, Mary " " 

Shepard, Moliie " " 

Shippon, Cathleen '• " 

Spies, Mamie " " 

Spies, Edna " " 

Smith, Emma " " 

Smith, Mary " " 

Spencer, Fannie Indianapolis, Ind. 

Stearns, Marie Chicago, 111. 

Street, Eunice " " 

Stewart, Marie " " 

Stringer, Mary " " 

Suprenant. Cornelia Bute City, Montana. 

Tagg, Mabel Chicago, 111. 

Thomas, Ida " " 

Traynor, Aggie " " 

Traynor, Nettie " " 

Towle, NeUie " " 

Towle, Mary " " 



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Towle, Maggie Chicago, 

Vanvelser, Lizzie " 

Veander, Olga Irondale, 

Woods. Agnes Chicago, 

Wagner, Abbie *' 

Welsh, Katie " 

Walsh, Nellie 

Wagner, Mamie De Kalb, 

Wolf, Emma Chicago, 

Whiting, Delores " - 



111. 




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Five golden clasps have linked the chain of years 

Which, in this calm retreat I've spent; and bi-ight 
_ The days, thoug-h now and then o'ercast with fears. 

The way was long, yet seemed my burden light 
As lip I toiled to reach Minerva's height. 

Fair world \vithin a world ! yet all my own ! 
And here I lived content as earth, at night, 

Slumbers beneath the dews. But it has flown, 
Aye! vanished, swift as stars at morn from night's blue throne. 

How oft in years to come, will Memory waft 

Me back to scenes beloved! How oft I'll tread 
The path to Wisdom's flowery vale ! How oft — 

Alas! I'll raise the pall that years have spread. 
To view once more the days that now have fled ! 

Ah ! then a rhyme, or snatches from a lay. 
Or e'en a face, may wake to life the dead ! 

Nay! lure them back, as evening's parting ray 
Is by a cloud enticed to tread the azure way. 

Sweet Memory! when thy mystic wand tbou'lt wave. 

And from its course the flood of Time wilt turn. 
Thy fairest flowers shall deck our childhood's grave. 

Yet vain 'twill be, whilst bending o'er that urn. 
To sigh : " Return ! oh happy days, return ! 

Bring back, O Time ! those dewy laden hours ! " 
Time's rippling echoes from that magic urn 

Will softlj' chant with strange ethereal powers, 
The sad reply in accents low, — "Not ours! Not ours! " 

Oh! Where's the wind without its mournful cry ? 

Or where the tree without one leaf grown sear ? 
Where is the wave without its dii"ge-like sigh ? 

Where are the eyes which ne'er have shed a tear? 
Ask of the forest winds or liillows clear. 

Ask of the plains or ot the desert's sand. 
One by one they faintly sigh, — " Not here ! not here ! " 

For Sorrow's low bent form and withering hand 
Are stretched from shore to shore, from weeping land to land. 

But look! what star illumes the darksome night? 

What form dispels the mists that lowering frowned ? 
Ah ! know ye not whence comes that wonderous light ? 

'Tis Hope's fair brow by Love's bright Angers crowned! 
See! how her radiant beauty sheds around 

Refulgent beams as tho' of Heaven a part. 
How soft she treads, and wafts without a sound 

A soothing balm to each faint bleeding heart ! 
At her approach, grim Sorrow flies and cares depart. 



ST. xavier's academy. 15 



To each of us a task has been assigned, 

And Faith's bright star alone must point the way; — 
To bear the cross with hearts which are resigned 

Should be our aim. For those whose footsteps stray 
From duty's path, in charity to pray. 

O'er darkened lives to bend a ray divine 
Tho' back 'twill come again. One gift each day 

To raise aloft with love and saj', " 'tis mine ! 
I did it, dearest Lord, yet all I have is Thine! " 

Oh ! when our task is done and Heaven shall hold 

Its portals open wide, how radiant 
Will shine Life's cross! As diamonds set in gold 

'Twill gleam and sparkle in the light! Content 
We'll be, that thro' a thorny, steep ascent. 

At last we've reached the goal ! What visions blest 
Before us there shall flit 1 What cherubs sent 

To welcome us ! How oft we'll hear expressed 
By seraph-lips in accents sweet,— "At rest! At rest! " 

No thorns by Sorrow scattei-ed o'er the road! 

No sad farewells to waft our bliss away ! 
No crosses there to crush us 'neath their load ! 

Nor gloomy nights devoid of Hope's clear ray. 
But brighter, yes, far brighter than the day, 

IVIore glorious even than the brilliant sun, 
Shall be our waking after Life's sad play,— 

O happy thought '. if well our task be done, ^ 

We'll always live in union with the Holy One. 

When there, our kind Archbishop we shall meet. 

We'll join to form the beauteous crown he'll wear; 
'Twill surely make elysian joys more sweet 

To And our youth's true friends assembled there. 
Our pastors kind, who've sown good seed with care. 

The fruits of long and patient toil shall reap. 
The lessons taught,— the heart-felt, earnest prayer 

Finds each an angel's wing. In silence deep 
They're borne on high to wait the last long mortal sleep. 

Dear friends, the lengthening shadows speed the hours 

Of parting day, and I, alas! must haste 
The dreaded word to speak ere darkness lowers. 

My childhood's home, adieu ! Thy lessons traced 
With tender care, shall never be effaced. 

Tho' other forms will soon around me dwell. 
Thy image fair can never be replaced. 

But I must rend at last the magic spell, 
My teachers loved, companions dear, farewell ! farewell ! 

—A. IVI. D. G. 



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AWARDED TO 



Miss Tessie Kelly, Miss Majy Mitchell, 

Miss Evelyn Excell, Miss Mary Kent, 

Aliss Nellie O Bricn, 

Miss Laura Moakley, Miss Sadie McKenna, 

Miss Olive Hyde, 

Miss Annie Green, Miss Aiary Keenan. 






Crowns for 


Good 


Conduct. 

NS. 




KIRST 


CROW^ 


Miss Edna Burks, 


Miss KiTTiE Kelly, 




' RosiE Gillespie, 


ti 


Maggie Coyle, 




' EosiE O'Brien, 


it 


Aggie Keefe, 




' LiLLIE SaNDMEIER. 


ti 


Kittie Murphy, 




' Laura Sandmeier, 


i i 


Gracie Philpin, 




' Jennie Mangan, 


iC 


Lizzie Bardon, 




' Mamie Wagner, 


a 


Annie Beaupre, 




' Nora Ohnstein, 


a 


Eva O'Brien, 




' Mary O'Donnell, 


tt 


Mamie Dunne, 




' Emma Mann, 


a 


Maggie Cusack, 




' Delores Whiting, 


a 


Veronica Murphy, 




' KiTTiE Cleary, 


a 


Marie Bergeron, 




' Annie Hudson, 


a 


Nannie Brown, 




' May Casey, 


a 


Mary Barrett, 




' KiTTiE Maher, 


a 


Mary Hagarty, 




' JosiE O'Brien, 


a 


Edna Spies, 




' LiLLIE SCHOENHOFFEN, 


a 


Lizzie Duddleston, 




' Blanche Sherwood, 


i( 


Mary Quinlan, 




' Bessie Cudahy, 


a 


Mamie Leahy, 




' Julia Nelligan, 


ic 


Mary Nelligan, 




' Julia Cudahy, " 
Miss Frances Boyle 


Lulu O'Brien, 


SECOND 


CROWNS. 


Miss Minnie Mullek, 


Miss 


May Coyle, 




' Katie Hastings, 




Mamie Green, 




' Nellie Burke, 




Bertha Lichtenheim, 




' Dora Humrach, 




Kittie Welsh, 




' Tessie Bardon, 




Carrie Deal, 




' Almy Ahern, 




Nellie C a hill, 




' Rose Meehan, 




Maggie Burke, 




' Olga Veander, 




Katie Dalton, 




' Lizzie Cudahy, 




MoLLiE Sanders, 




' Celia Cudahy, 




Libbie Schoenhoffen, 




' Annie Sandmeier, 




Mary Burns, 




' Nellie OLeary, 




LiLLiE Meehan, 




' Lucy Brennan, 




Sophia Bergeron, 




' Mary Donnelly, 




Elizabeth Granger, 




' Mamie Montague, 




Maggie Cotton, 




' Katie Ross, 




Lizzie Scanlon, 




' Annie McNemara, 

Lizzie \ 


'anvelser. 


May Maher, 



JPrpminnis. 



ELOCUTION. 

Gold Medal Nellie O'Brien 

Gold Medal Sadie McKenna 

Silver Medal Mary Enright 

Second Premium Evelyn Excell 

Second Premium Annie Green 

Third Premium Joe Burke 

READING. 

FIRST CLASS. * 

Gold Medal Evelyn Excell 

Second Premium M. Keenan, 0. Hyde 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Edna Biu-ks 

Second " MoUie Sliepard 

Third " Minnie Midler 

THIRD CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium K. Welsh, J. Cleary 

Second " J. Mangan, A. Beaupre 

THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium N. Cahill, M. De Campi 

Second " Clara Cudahy 

Third " M. Enright, A. Leahy 

FOURTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium J. Hagan, I. Thomas 

Second " Annie Kenney 

Third " M. Murphy, K. Green 

FOURTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " Eunice Street 

Third '•' Cecelia Cudahy 

FIFTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Mary Markham 

Second " .*Mary Edwards 



26 ST. xaviek's academy. 

FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Mary Casey 

Second " Mary Hagarty 

Third " Elva Beaupre 

SIXTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Lucy Brennan 

Second " M. Donnelly, M. Brown 

Third " S. Bergeron, J. Hobberhn 

SIXTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Julia Nelligan 

Second '• M. Nelligan, J. Cudahy 

Third " L. O'Brien, M. Sherwood 

PENMANSHIP. 

ORNAMENTAL. 

The Gold Pen Evelyn Excell 

Second Premium Minnie Miiller 

Third " NeUie O'Brien 

PLAIN PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST CL.\SS. 

First Premimn Nellie O'Brien 

Second " 0. Hyde, A. Green 

Third " Laura Moakley 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Green 

Second " Aggie Traynor 

Third " Maggie Murphy 

THIRD CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Anastasia Cummings 

Second " Lizzie Bardon 

THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Emma Mann 

Second " Maggie Cusack 

Third " Amelia Langbein 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium, a Gold Pen Lizzie Brennan 

Second '* 0. Veander, J. Brennan 

Third " Matilda Lavarron 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium A. Callahan, M. Casey 

Second " M. Courtney, J. O'Brien 

Third " Agnes AVoods 



28 ST. xaviek's academy. 



ORTHOGRAPHY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premiiim Alice McGrath 

Second " Aggie Keefe 

Tliird " Mary Murphy 

THIRD (JLASS — First Division. 

First Premium L. Sandmeier, A. Cummings 

Second " A. Dee, N. Walsh 

THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium C. Cudaliy, M. O'Doimell 

Second " Carrie Deal 

Third " Eosie Meehan 

rOUUTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Mary Enright 

Second " Jennie Hagan 

Third •' Katie Green 

FOURTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Mamie Foote 

Second '* Marie Stearns 

Third " Lillie Schoeuhof3fen 

FIFTH CLASS -First Division. 

First Premium Marj' Barrett 

Second " Fannie Spencer 

FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 
First Premium Josie O'Brien 

Second " Annie Finuean 

Third " Mary Joy 

SIXTH CLASS — First Division. 
First Premium Lizzie Vanvelser 

Second " N. O'Leary, L. Schintz 

Third " N. O'Brien, B. Cudahy 

SIXTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium M. O'Leary, M. Bonfield 

Second " A. McNemara, M. Gardner 

Third " M. Montague, M. Stewart 

SEVEXTH CLASS. 
First Premium Lillie Mabbs 

Second " Kenie Mabbs 

Third '' M. Goodwin, S. Devor 

MATHEMATICS. 

ARITHMETIC — First Class. 

First Premium Katie Murphy 

Second " N. O'Brien, K. Gillespie 



ST. xaviek's academy. 29 

SECOND CLASP. 

First Premium N. Burke, A. McGratli 

Second " M. Coyle, M. Coyle 

Third " K. O'Brien, M. Miirphy 

THIRD CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Mary Sliauglinessy 

Second " Nora Ohnstein 

Third " Jennie Mangan 

THIRD CLASS - Second Division. 

First Premium Kittie Bradley 

Second " Gracie Philpin 

Tliird " Mary Duggan 

FOURTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Katie Shanley 

Second " Annie Dee 

Third " Mai-y De Campi 

FOURTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium E. Koddin, K. Shanley 

Second " Veronica Murphy 

Third " Lizzie Cudahy 

FIFTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium J. Hayken, M. Bergeron 

Second " M. Barrett, P. Hunt 

FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Annie Hudson 

Second " M. Sherwood, W. Skidmore 

Third " Kittie Maher 

SIXTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium M. Marbel, M. Quinlan 

Second " L. Schoenhoften, E. Granger 

Third " E. Spies, N. Traynor 

SIXTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Frances Boyle 

Second " Annie Coines 

Third " M. Cotter, K. Eossi 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medals T. Kelly, L. Moakley 

Second Premium E. Excell, N. OBrien 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Katie Murphy 

Second " Maggie Coyle 

Third " Mary Keeuan 



30 ST. XAVIEK'S ACADEMY. 



GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY. 

First Premium .Joe Burke 

Second " : M. Mitchell, M. Kent 



HISTORY. 

GENERAL HISTORY — First Class. 

The Gold Medal Mary Mitchell 

Second Premium .... Tessie Kelly 

Third " Nellie O'Brien 

U. S. HISTORY — Third Class. 

The Gold Medal Annie Beaupre 

Second Premium K. Bradley, K. Welsh 

COMPOSITION. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 
The Gold Medal Joe Bm-ke 

FIRST CLASS. 

The Gold Medal Mary Kent 

Second Premium Mary Mitchell 

Third " Tessie Kelly 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Coyle 

Second " Clara Myers 

Third " Katie Kelly 

THIRD CLASS — Fh-st Division. 

First Premium M. Wagner, A. Cummings 

Second " Mai-y O'Conner 

THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Mary Spies 

Second " Mary Enright 

Third " Bessie Cleary 

FOURTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium M. Dunne, I. Thomas 

Second " Jennie Hagan 

Third " Katie Green 

FOURTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Katie Dalton 

Second " Georgie Consadine 

Third " Katie Cleary 

FIFTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premiimi Fannie Spencer 

Second " ... M. Bergeron, J. Hayken 



ST. xavier's academy. 31 

FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Nannie Brown 

Second " Winnie Skidmore 

Third " . . : Mabel Courtney 

BIBLE HISTORY. 
THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium L. Bardon, K. Welsh 

Second " F. Dean, M. O'Conner 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 
FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium L. Moaklej', M. Mitchell 

Second " Mary Keenan 

SECOND CLASS. 
Gold Medal Mary Shaughnessy 

THIRD CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Mary Stringer 

THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Rose Meehan 

Second " A. Aliern, K. Shanley 

Third " Tessie Bardon 

FOURTH CL.VSS — First Division. 

First Premium Maggie Cusack 

Second " Lucy Consadine 

Third " Maggie Burke 

FOURTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium K. Cleary, G. Finucan 

Second " Annie Sandmeier 

Third " Katie Dalton 

FIFTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Mary Burns 

Second " Winnie Malloy 

FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium M. Hagarty, A. Brown 

Second " Annie Finucan 

Third " Mary McAffrey 

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY. 
SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Rosie O'Brien 

Second " Mary Duggan 

Third " Mary Shaughnessy 



32 ST. xaviek's academy. 

INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY. 

THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Mary Enright 

Second " A. Ahern, N. Olinstein 

Third " Bessie Cleary 

FOURTH CL.\SS — First Division. 

First Premium Annie Kenney 

Second " Emma Mann 

Third " M. Cusack, D. Whiting 

FOURTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Cecelia Cudahy 

Second " MoUie Sanders 

Third " Mary Smith 

FIFTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium E. Leddy, P. Hunt 

Second " M. Burns, M. Markham 

FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Elva Beaupre 

Second " Cornelia Suprenant 

Third " Kittie Maher 

MAP DRAWING. 

THIRD CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium M. O'Conner, G. Philpin 

Second " A. Beaupre, F. Dean 

THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium Mary Spies 

Second •• C. Cudahy 

Third " M. O'Donnell 

FOURTH CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Mary Mansfield 

Second *' Annie Kenney 

Third " Ida Thomas 

FOURTH CLASS — Second Division 

First Premium Lizzie Cudahy 

Second " Eunice Street 

Third " Lizzie Brennan 

FIFTH CLASS -First Division. 

First Premium Pearl Hunt 

Second " Maria Bergeron 

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY. 
Graduate Class Joe Burke 



ST. xavier's academy. 33 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Evelyn Excell 

Second " 0. Hyde, L. Moakley 

Third " Annie Green 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Katie Hastings 

Second " Lillie Sandmeier 

Tliird " Nellie Conley 

ASTRONOMY. 

First Premium Joe Burke 

Second " Sadie McKenna 

CHEMISTRY. 

First Premium Joe Burke 

Second " Annie Green 

Tliird " Tessie Kelly 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

First Premium S. McKenna, M. Wagner 

Second " A. Dee, D. Humbach 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

First Premium Maggie Coyle 

Second " Katie Murphy 

Third " Bertha Lichtenheim 

MUSIC. 

VOCAL — First Class. 

First Premium S. McKenna, M. MiiUer 

Second " E. Excell, E. Burks 

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 
FIRST CLASS — First Division. 

First Premium Minnie Midler 

Second " Annie Green 

FIRST CLASS — Second Division. 

First Premium M. Shaughnessy , J. Mangan 

Second " Mary Mansfield 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium M. Steele, M. Murphy 

Second " S. Bonfield, N. Conley 



3 



ST. xavier's academy. 35 

KENSINGTON. 

First Premium Lena Martin 

Second " Annie Green 

Third " Bertha Connort 

Tapestry Rachel Levi 

Arrasene Bertha Liclitenheim 

PLAIN SEWING. 

The Gold Medals Maggie Murphy, Stella Bonfield 

First Premium, A. Cummings, A. McGrath, M. Spies, K. Shauley, C. 

Deal. 
Second Premium, L. Bardon, A. Ahern, C. Cudahy, M. Duggau, 

K. Green. 
Third Premium, A. Langbein, M. Bergeron, M. Cusack, T. Bardon, 

V. Miirphy, M. Murphy, N. Cahill, A. Hudson. 
Fourth Premium M. Stearns, E. Street, M. Murphy 

LETTER WRITING. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Aggie Traynor 

Second " Minnie Muller 

Third " Eosie Gillespie 

In the Second Glass, the following young ladies deserve special 
mention for acquiring a taste for solid and instructive reading : 

First Premium Mamie Green 

Second " N. Burke, E. Burks 

Third " N. Conley, E. O'Brien 

IMPROVEMENT. 

Esther Prinderville, Edith Miller, 

May Maher, Mamie Micks, 

Louisa Barnet, Maude Dixon, 

Mary Barnet, Lottie Jordan, 

Mamie Lamb, Katie Gallagher, 

Mamie Goodwin, Sadie Devor, 

Lillie Mabbs, Eenie Mabbs, 
Evie Mabbs. 



AVKRAOES 



FOB 



Examination, Scholarship, Deportment, 



AND 



OBSERVANCE OF RULE. 



FIRST SESSION, 



GRADUATE CLASS. 



Joe Burke. 



FIRST CLASS. 



Tessie Kelly . . . . 
Evelyn Excell . 
Nellie O'Brien . . 
Mary Mitchell . . 

Mary Kent 

Laura Moakley . 
Sadie McKenna . 
Mary Keenan . . . 
Annie Green . . . . 
Olive Hyde . . . . 



SECOND CLASS. 

Mamie Green 

Katie Mm-pliy 

Eosie O'Brien 

May Coyle 

Nellie Conley 

Minnie Miiller 

Bertha Lichtenheim 

Katie Hastings 

Mary Sliaughnessy 

Clara Myers 

Stella Bonfleld 

Alice McGrath 

Edna Burks 

Maggie Murphy 

Moliie Shepard 75 

Maggie O'Brien [74 

Mary Dnggan 

Lillie Sandmeier 

Aggie Traynor 

Maggie Coyle : Not examined 

Katie Kelly " 

Aggie Keefe " 



Ei.Av. 
93 


Schol. 


Dep. 


92 


98 


95 


95 


100 


94 


94 


100 


94 


95 


100 


93 


94 


100 


93 


95 


100 


93 


92 


100 


90 


91 


95 


88 


92 


100 


86 


92 


100 


83 


87 


95 


91 


89 


90 


91 


89 


84 


88 


84 


90 


88 


84 


85 


87 


89 


84 


87 


81 


90 


85 


86 


84 


85 


78 


89 


82 


82 


80 


82 


80 


83 


78 


80 


83 


80 


82 


90 


80 


87 


100 


78 


83 


89 


75 


79 


80 


74 






72 


80 


80 


71 


79 


98 


68 


81 


82 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



87 

99 
85 
96 
98 
85 
96 
85 
100 
85 
85 

87 
90 
99 
88 
85 
95 
95 
94 
86 
88 
85 
90 
100 
80 
81 

89 

100 

80 





ST. xaviek's academy. 


37 


THIRD CLASS — First Division. 

Nellie Biirke Promoted 

Kosie Gillespie " 

Mary Murphy " 


EiAv 


Schol. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


90 
86 
85 
85 
81 
81 
81 
80 
79 
78 
76 

llisent 


91 

89 
89 
91 
86 
85 
85 
87 
84 
83 
85 
83 
84 
82 
80 
85 
84 
92 
83 
88 
86 

86 

89 
84 
88 
85 
85 
86 
86 
83 
81 
84 
84 
87 
84 
82 
83 
83 
83 
89 
87 
85 

92 
92 

88 
93 
91 
99 

87 
85 
88 
85 
88 


98 

100 

91 

100 

90 

91 

85 

98 

90 

85 

98 

100 

100 

100 

90 

100 

100 

100 

98 

70 

91 

88 
99 
98 
98 

100 
99 
98 

100 
94 
84 
95 
88 
94 
94 

100 

100 
98 

100 
99 
89 
90 

100 

100 

100 

98 

100 

90 

75 

100 

100 

75 

80 


99 
99 
66 

100 
95 
65 
70 
98 
97 
65 
75 
94 

100 
97 
90 
90 
90 

100 
75 
65 
81 

81 
93 
99 
92 
90 
8-i 
81 
80 
89 
77 
97 
79 
92 
94 
92 
99 
96 
93 
98 
85 
92 

100 
95 
95 
95 
95 
80 
70 
100 
100 
70 
80 


Jennie Mangan 


Julia Cleary. . . . . . . 


Katie Welsh 

Anastasia Cummings 


Laura Sandmeier 

Florence Dean 

Annie Dee 


Mary Stringer 


Katie Bradley Not examined 

Mary Montgomery. . " 


Dora Humbach " 

Nellie Walsh 

Mary Wagner " 


Jennie Murphy 


Mary Fahey 


i< 

83 
83 
81 
81 
81 
80 
79 
77 
75 
73 
73 
73 
72 
72 
71 
68 
63 
Ibsciit 




Carrie Chamberlain. 


THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 

Mary O'Conner Promoted 

Lizzie Bardon " 

Nora Olmstein 


Tessie Bardon 


Clara Cudahy 




Katie Shanley .... 




Marj^ Spies 




Almy Ahern 


Belle McAuley 


Bessie Cleary 




Amelia Langbein 


Mary De Campi 


Kosie Meehan. . . 




Katie Miulleady 


6i 

a 

88 
87 
84 
85 
83 
83 
82 
82 
82 
78 
78 




Belle Bray 


FOURTH CLASS — First Division. 

Annie Leahy Promoted 

Mary OConnell " 


Annie McKeon ... " 
Nellie Kraus 


Mary Mansfield 


Jennie Hagan 


Emma Busse 


Mamie Dunne 


Emma Mann 


Clara Lozo 


Kittie McNiff 






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ST. xaviek's academy. 



Ex.At. 



FOURTH CLASS — First Division. Continued. 



Annie Kenney 71 

Louise Dorion 70 

Lucy Cousadine 68 

Abbey Wagner Ahsent 

Eva O'Brien 

Celia Laily 

Annie Cole 

Laura Ely 

Mary Slieelian 

Lizzie Sliauglinessy 

I 

FOURTH CLASS — Second Division. 

Maggie Cusack Promoted gy 

Lizzie Lomax " 86 

Mary Malioney " i 86 

Ida Tliomas " 84 

Katie Green " 83 

Maggie Burke " 83 

Maggie Murphy " 83 

Veronica Murplij' 82 

Lizzie Brennan ! 75 

Lizzie Ctidaliy 74 

Olga Veander 72 

Marie Stearns 71 

Eunice Street 70 

Georgie Cousadine 70 

Mai"y Smith 68 

Annie Sandmeier 68 

Libbie Schoenhofteu 66 

Estelle Hagan 66 

Katie Crosliy \lisent 

Katie Lannon '• 

Annie De Campi " 

Mary Malioney " 

FIFTH CLASS — First Di\-ision. ! 

Mamie Foote Promoted 96 

Celia Cudahy " 95 

Maggie Bowen " 92 

Katie Dalton " 91 

Mollie Sanders *' 1 91 

Matilda Lavarron " 87 

Genevieve Finucau " 87 

Kittie Cleary " 87 

;Marv Edwards 85 

Ella Leddy 80 

]\Iamie Barrett 80 

ilaria Bergeron 73 

Allie Callahan 60 

Louise Granger Aliseut 

Jennie Kean " 

Agnes Bush j " 

Gertie Moore 1 " 
I 

FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. [ 

Minnie Markham Promoted 87 

Maggie Hunt " 1 84 



Schol. Dep. 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



84 80 

83 85 
82 70 
88 75 
92 100 
81 95 

84 100 
88 100 



85 
88 



91 

87 
86 
91 
87 
88 
89 
88 
83 
88 
90 
85 
80 
80 
62 
80 
77 
77 
85 
83 
86 
83 



89 
91 
90 
88 
89 
91 
91 
86 
81 
88 
88 
89 
K4 
86 
82 
83 
86 



91 
90 



98 
95 



100 
87 
80 
90 
83 
95 
80 

100 
83 
90 
90 
70 
80 
85 
80 
75 
90 

100 

80 
80 
65 

82 

98 

82 

81 

81 

91 

85 

91 

81 

95 

100 

100 

76 

100 

100 

99 

90 



100 
83 



80 
80 
70 
70 
100 
95 
95 
98 
95 
90 



98 
87 
85 
87 

' 80 
95 
87 

100 
70 
85 
92 
68 
73 

; 80 

67 
90 

80 

95 
75 
70 

!"" 

77 

100 

79 

81 

78 

83 

86 

86 

72 

91 

100 

100 

75 

100 

100 

67 

92 



90 
87 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



39 



Ei.Av, 



FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. Continued. 

Fannie Spencer Promoted 

Mary Burns 

Emma Wolf 

Winnie Skidmore 

Annie Hudson 

Cornelia Suprenant 

Maude Cleary 

Maude Sherwood 

LiUie Fallon 

Mabel Allen 

Josie O'Brien 

Mary Casey 

Mary Hagarty ' 

Katie Maher Not examined 

Mary Hagan 

Carrie Combs 

Blanche McCann 

Minnie Johnson 

Jessie Eaizor 



Agnes Konan 



SIXTH CLASS — First Division. 

Lucy Dorney Promoted 

Mary McCaffrey " 

Agnes Woods " 

Mamie Joy " 

Annie Finucan " 

Mabel Courtney " 

Nellie O'Leai'y 

Lillie Meehan 

Edna Spies 

Libbie Schoenhoffen 

Mamie Reddy 

Mary Quinlan 

Katie Hallowed 

Maggie Bowen 

Clara Cahill 

Minnie Brennan 

Helen Nacy 

Annie Kean 



SIXTH CLASS — Second Division. 

Blanche Sherwood Promoted 

Bessy Cudahj^ " 

Sophia Bergeron " 

Elizabeth Granger " 

Nellie Oriel 

Mary Brown " 

Bessie McCleary " 

Mary Marbel " 

Nettie Traynor " 

Annie Koehler " 

Lucy Brennan " 

Lizzie Vanvelser " 

Mary Donnelly " 

Nellie O'Brien " 

Lizzie Duddleston 



84 
84 
81 
80 
78 
78 
74 
71 
70 
69 
70 
69 
69 



88 
84 
83 
83 
83 
83 
78 
75 
75 
70 
Absent 



Schol. 



88 
86 
87 
85 
89 
88 
87 
81 
90 
82 
90 
87 
82 
84 
89 
81 
80 
90 
86 
71 

92 
92 
93 
94 
89 
87 
94 
89 
89 
90 
83 
90 
89 
94 
94 
92 



93 90 
87 1100 



93 
93 
92 
92 
91 
91 
90 
90 
95 
95 
83 
93 
92 



Dep. 



100 
95 
86 
50 
98 
61 
85 
68 
95 
82 

100 
90 

100 

100 
85 

100 
90 

100 

100 
85 

93 
95 
95 
89 
93 
90 
96 
97 
98 

100 
98 

100 
98 
90 
90 

100 



95 100 
93 100 



89 
90 
89 
90 
87 
90 
88 
89 
90 
89 
89 
85 
87 



100 
ilOO 
:100 

;ioo 

' 80 
87 
83 
85 
89 
80 
95 
90 
75 
90 

100 



Obs. of 
Rule. 

95 

95 

83 

50 

98 

65 

50 

87 

89 

80 

98 

99 

96 

99 

70 
100 

90 
100 
100 

80 

90 
90 
93 
89 
90 
87 
90 
90 
96 
98 
95 

100 
96 
90 
90 
98 
98 

100 

100 
100 
98 
98 
80 
85 
80 
80 
85 
78 
93 
89 
88 
97 
100 





40 ST. xaviek's academy. 


SIXTH CLASS — Second Division. Continued. 
Laiu-a Scliintz 


Ex.iv 


. Sehol. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rtde. 


85 
Absen 


87 
t 89 
90 
89 
90 

83 
83 
85 
84 
83 
82 
80 
83 
80 
90 
88 
89 
89 
85 
89 
90 
87 
85 
89 

87 
86 
86 
90 
88 
87 
88 
86 
83 
88 
81 
83 

1 

85 

88 
84 
88 
85 
83 
80 
80 

79 J 

80 ] 
80 ] 
79 
79 
78 ] 

1 


90 
87 
85 
90 
90 

90 
87 
87 
80 
80 
85 
78 
89 
78 
80 
90 
85 
87 
80 
98 
98 
95 
95 
90 

100 

100 

90 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

80 

80 

100 
100 
100 
100 

ino 


98 
88 
83 
89 
89 

88 
87 
87 
79 
78 
83 
76 
87 
75 
78 
90 
80 
82 
78 
95 
95 
93 
93 
80 

90 
90 
80 
89 
89 

100 
75 
80 
80 

100 
75 
75 

100 
100 

80 

90 

>)0 


Mamie Hibbard. 


Birdie Gilmore 


ii 
ii 

a 

82 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
92 
90 

Absent 

ii 

ii 
ii 
t i 
ii 

a 

ii 

91 

90 

90 

89 

88- 

88 

86 

81 

80 

81 

80 

80 


Alice Eeddv 


Annie Conway 


SIXTH CLASS -Third Division. 
Eosie Liclitenlieim Promoted 


Esther Prinderville " 

Annie Coins " 


Mamie O'Leary " 


Mabel Slierwood. . " 


Mamie Montague *' 


Maria Bonfield " 

Julia Nelligan " 

Katie Eyan " 


Lizzie Salmon " 


Marie Stuart " 

Maude Cahill 




Katie FarreUy 




Mamie Leahy 


Julia Cudahv 


Frances Boyle 


Linda Farrelly 


SEVENTH CLASS -First Division. 

! Maggie Cotton Promoted 

Annie McNemara " 




Lizzie Scanlon " 


May Maher " 


Mary Nelligan " 




Josephine Drury. . 




Lulu O'Brien 




LilHe Mabbs 


Louisa Barnet. . 




Mamie Clearv 




Gracie Hayes 




100 80 1 1 


Ollie Coakes 


LOO 
100 
LOO 
LOO 
LOO 
75 
90 
00 
00 


90 
90 
80 
80 
80 
78 
80 
80 
80 




Mav Armstrong 




Mamie Goodman 




Sadie Devor 




Evie Mabbs 









AVERAGES FOR SECOND SESSION. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 



Joe Burke 

FIRST CLASS. 

Tessie Kelly Promoted 

Evelyn Excell 

Mary Mitchell " 

Mary Kent " 

Nellie O'Brien 

Laura Moakley " 

Sadie McKenna 

Olive Hyde 

Annie Green 

Mary Keenan 



SECOND CLASS. 

Maggie Coyle Promoted 

Katie Murpliy . 
Mamie Green . . 
Kcsie Gillespie 
Nellie Conley. . 
Edna Burks. . . . 
Rosie O'Brien. . 

May Coyle 

Nellie Burke . . . 
Aggie Keel'e . . . 



Alice McGratli 

Minnie Muller 

Bertha Lichtenheim 

Katie Hastings 

Clara Myers 

Lillie Sandmeier 

Mary Murphj' 

Mary Shaughnessy 

Maggie Murphy 

Mollie Shepard 

Stella Bonfield 

Mary Duggan 

Aggie Traynor 

Katie Kelly Not examined 

THIRD CLASS — First Division. 

Katie Welsh Promoted 

Jennie Mangan " 

Annie Beaupre " 

Kittle Bradley " 

Laura Sandmeier " 

Anastasia Cummings " 

Florence Dean " 

Gracie Philpin " 

Julia Cleary " 

Mamie Wagner 



Ex.At 


Schol. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


95 


96 


99 


85 


93 


96 


99 


95 


92 


95 


99 


87 


92 


95 


100 


95 


91 


93 


99 


93 


90 


94 


100 


93 


90 


93 


99 


93 


86 


90 


96 


90 


85 


90 


99 


90 


82 


91 


99 


85 


81 


91 


99 


99 


92 


90 


100 


100 


91 


90 


95 


91 


89 


91 


88 


80 


87 


89 


99 


100 


84 


90 


88 


75 


84 


88 


100 


100 


83 


86 


98 


95 


83 


86 


90 


89 


83 


85 


80 


80 


83 


85 


95 


100 


82 


87 


89 


90 


82 


85 


90 


85 


79 


86 


85 


84 


79 


79 


88 


81 


78 


80 


80 


80 


78 


80 


91 


98 


78 


81 


80 


79 


78 


79 


78 


79 


77 


79 


78 


79 


74 


80 


81 


80 


72 


79 


78 


79 


69 


80 


78 


82 


62 


80 


79 


70 




84 


100 


90 


89 


87 


91 


60 


88 


90 


100 


100 


88 


88 


100 


85 


88 


86 


80 


79 


85 


84 


100 


99 


85 


85 


88 


75 


85 


87 


89 


85 


84 


85 


100 


100 


84 


84 


90 


67 


82 


86 


100 


85 





42 ST. XAVIEK'S ACADEinr. 


THIRD CLASS — First Division. Continued. 
Mary O'Conner 


Ei.Av. 


Schol. Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


81 
80 
81 
79 
78 
Ahsent 

a 
a 

a 

89 
85 
84 
84 
84 
84 
83 
82 
81 
79 
79 
79 
75 
75 
74 
72 
Akent 

a 

89 
88 
88 
87 

-i- 

85 
83 
79 
78 
78 
76 
71 

..7Q- 

Absent 

a 
a 
(( 
a 
a 
(< 

89 
88 
88 


86 89 

85 100 

86 88 

84 88 

83 96 
86 100 

86 100 

87 100 

85 100 

85 100 
82 88 
87 100 

97 92 
82 100 
85 88 
87 96 

84 100 

85 95 
84 85 
82 89 
84 98 

81 89 
80 86 

87 100 

76 86 

82 98 

84 100 

90 100 

98 100 

90 100 
93 100 

. 89 95 

91 90 

89 85 

90 85 

88 80 
88 100 

85 90 

83 95 
85 90 

84 73 

90 95 
88 80 
83 100 
83 80 
78 85 

77 80 

78 80 

91 1 80 
90 90 
90 : 90 


75 

86 
78 
92 
92 
96 
90 
90 
90 

98 
80 
86 
88 
100 
84 
91 
88 
90 
80 
90 
84 
83 
89 
93 
85 
85 
88 

100 
100 
100 
100 
90 
90 
88 
90 
80 
95 
88 
87 
88 
70 
85 
80 
100 
90 
90 
70 
85 

80 
85 
85 


Lizzie Bardon 


Annie Dee . .... 


Nellie Walsli 


Dora Humbacli 


Mary Montgomery 

Mary Faliey . ... 


Marv Stringer 


Bertha Connort 


THIRD CLASS — Second Division. 
Almy Ahem Promoted 


Mary Euright • ' 

Carrie Deal "' 

Clara Cudahv " 


Nora Ohustein •• 




Tessie Bardon 


Mary O'DonneU 


NelUeCahill 




Bessie Cleary 


Eo.sie Meehan 


Amelia Langbein . . 


Mary De Campi 


Eva O'Brien 




Mary O'Connell 




FOrRTH CLASS -First Division. 
Maggie Cusack Promoted 


Emma Mann " 


Delores Whiting " 




Ida Thomas •' 


Mary Mansfield " 

Annie Kenney " 


Kittie Green 


^Maggie Burke. 


Lonise Dorion 




Lizzie Lomax 




Nellie Kraus 




Annie Cole. 




Nettie Goldsmith 


Kittie McXilf 


Mary Mahoney. . . 


Lizzie Brennan Promoted 

Marie Stearns " 


Olga Yeander " 







ST. xavier's academy. 




43 


FOURTH CLASS — Second Division. Continued. 

Lizzie Cudfiliy Promoted 

Veronica Murjaliy " 


Ei.Av. 


Schol. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


88 

87 

87 

85 

84 

84 

83 

83 

83 

82 

82 

81 

80 

80 

78 

77 

72 

70 

70 

69 

Absent 
" 

a 

93 
93 
93 
93 
91 
91 
90 
89 
88 
86 
84 
76 

92 
90 
86 
85 
81 
SO 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
77 
76 
76 
74 
74 


90 
92 
89 
85 
87 
85 
87 
89 
98 
85 
87 
85 
83 
84 
85 
86 
83 
82 
83 
82 
87 
86 
83 

90 
90 
91 
90 

87 
88 
88 
91 
88 
90 
88 
85 
87 

89 
in 
92 
90 
90 
90 
89 
91 
88 
81 
87 
89 
82 
76 
86 
80 


88 
100 
88 
80 
75 
70 
95 
89 
75 
75 
80 
90 
90 
100 
75 
90 
90 
98 
98 
80 
50 
100 
100 

95 
85 

100 
90 
80 
95 
70 
95 

100 
90 
83 

100 

100 

95 

100 

50 

100 

100 

60 

100 

100 

60 

70 

100 

60 

100 

75 

90 

70 


83 
100 
82 
80 
70 
70 
90 
85 
70 
70 
70 
90 
87 
98 
50 
85 
93 
96 
100 
70 
50 
95 
90 

90 

90 

100 

85 
80 
80 
70 
90 
ino 
85 
85 
95 
98 

90 

100 

80 

100 

100 

70 

100 

100 

60 

75 

100 

50 

100 

80 

85 

75 


Celia Cudahv " 


Katie Lanuon. . " 


Mary Smith 


Eunice Street 


Eva Eoddin. 


Mollie Sanders. 


Mamie Foote 


Georgie Consadine 


Maggie Bowen 


Katie Dalton . . 


Jennie Brennan 


Agnes Kelly 


Genevieve Finucan 

Matilda Lavarron 


Cecelia Eaton 




Kittie Cleary 


Liblne Schoenhoffen 

Estelle Hagan 


Claude McCourt 


Kathleen Shippon 


FIFTH CLASS — First Division. 

Minnie Markhani Promoted 

Fannie Spencer " 


Mary Barrett 

Josie Hayken " 

Winnie Malloy. . . " 


Alice Callahan 

Mary Edwards " 

EllaLeddv " 


Maria Bergeron . " 


Maggie Canfield 

Maggie Hunt 


Marv Burns 


Louise Granger 


FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 
Annie Hudson " 


Lillie Fallon 


Nannie Brown . . " 


Mary Casey 


Maude Sherwood 

Kittie Maher 


Josie O'Brien 


Cornelia Suprenant 


Annie Finucan 


Mary Hagartv 


Winnie Skid more. . . 


Mary McCaflfi-ev 


Agnes Woods 


Mabel Courtney .... 


Mamie Joy 





44 



ST. XAVIEK S ACADEMY. 



FIFTH CLASS — Second Division. 

Lucy Dorney 

Ettie Pselser 

Ida Meyer 

Mabel Allen 

Maude Cleary 



Continued. 



SIXTH CLASS — First Division. 

Mary Marbel Promoted 

Lucy Brennan " 

Nellie O'Leary 

Lillie Meelian " 

Lillie Schoenhoft'en " 

Laura Scliintz ' ' 

Mary Quinlan " 

Mamie Brown " 

Elizabeth Granger " 



Teresa Farmer. 
Lizzie Vanvelser . . 

May Donnelly 

Bessie McCleary . . . 
Blanche Sherwood 
Sophia Bergeron . . 

Edna Spies 

Ernestine Le Due. . 
Lizzie Duddleston. 
Katie Hallowed .... 
Nettie Traynor .... 

Mamie Leahy 

Nellie O'Brien 

Josie Hobberlin . . . . 

Bessie Cudahy 

Nellie Oriel 

Lizzie Salmon 



SIXTH CLASS — Second Division. 

Mamie O'Leary Promoted 

Frances Boyle " 

Julia Nelligan *' 

Annie Coins " 

Mamie Gardner " 

Maggie Cotton. 



Maria Bonti^ld 

Katie Ross 

Lizzie McCoi'mic . . . 
Esther Prinderville . 

Katie Ryan 

Lulu O'Brien 



Mamie Montague. 



Lizzie Scanlon 

Marie Stuart 

Mary Nelligan 

Julia Cudahy 

Rosie Lichtenheim . 
Annie McNamara . . 

May Maher 

Mabel Sherwood. . . 



Ei.Av. 



61 
.iliseut 



93 
92 
92 
91 
91 
91 
90 
90 
89 
«8 
88 
88 
87 
85 
85 
85 
83 

"83 
83 
83 
81 
80 
80 
87 

.\lispnt 



95 
94 
92 
92 
92 
89 
87 
86 
85 
85 
82 
81 
81 
80 
79 
75 
75 
72 
68 
63 
60 



Schol. 



80 
75 
70 
89 
91 



89 
91 
86 
89 
90 
86 
91 
91 
86 
86 
89 
89 
85 
87 



Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


70 


80 


100 


100 


100 


100 


50 


60 


90 


85 


85 


84 


90 


93 


89 


90 


98 


98 


99 


97 


83 


84 


98 


97 


87 


86 


99 


97 


97 


95 


89 


87 


85 


84 


80 


80 



89 100 
88 ilOO 



100 100 

98 



84 
86 
87 

84 
88 
88 
85 



98 
100 
97 
85 
89 
84 
83 



85 ,100 

86 I 80 
86 80 



90 

90 

90 

89 

80 

86 

86 

83 

84 

83 

80 

80 

82 

83 

80 

80 

80 

81 

80 

78 

80 



80 
100 
95 
80 
80 
82 
82 
80 
82 
83 
81 
100 
89 
82 
80 
98 
89 
89 
98 
89 
80 



97 
98 
97 
95 
84 
87 
85 
85 
100 
81 
83 



80 
100 
95 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
87 
83 
80 
100 
97 
89 
85 
99 
97 
88 
100 
90 
80 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



45 



SEVENTH CLASS — First Division. 


Ei.Av. 


Schol. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


Lillie Mabbs . Promoted 


91 

86 
85 
85 
80 
80 
79 
79 
78 
78 
80 
Absent 

a 

80 
80 
79 
79 
78 
78 
Absent 


90 

87 
84 
84 
81 
80 
78 
79 
79 
79 
81 
81 
84 
83 

81 
80 
80 
79 
79 
78 
79 
78 
78 

81 
80 
80 
81 
80 


90 

80 
100 

60 
100 

96 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

75 
100 

90 

90 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

95 
100 

90 
100 
100 


85 


Sadie Dover " 


70 


Mamie Lamb " 


85 


Maude Dixon " 


70 


Lottie Jordan 


65 


Irene Mabbs. 


85 


Editli Miller.. 


95 


Louise Barnet 


100 


Mamie Goodwin 


70 


Gracie Hayes 


90 


Mary Barnet 


100 


Mamie Cleary 

Nellie Towle. 


70 
90 


Cornelia Chapman. 


90 


SEVENTH CLASS — Second Division. 


90 


Mamie Malloy . ... 


80 


Mamie Micks 

Mamie Tagg 


80 
89 




100 


Daisy Johnson 


80 




70 


MoUie Dalton . . 


(1 

a 

80 
80 
81 
81 
Absent 


100 




100 


SEVENTH CLASS -Third Division. 
Sarah Foote 


90 


Mamie Kipner 


100 


Maggie Towle 


100 


Eva Mabbs 


85 


Fannie O'Brien 


90 




RULES FOR THE BOARDERS. 



The pupils should remember that, in an institution of this kind, 
it would be impossible to preserve order without well established 
Rules ; and Avhen these Rules are once understood, each young lady 
should consider it her duty, not only to observe them strictly, but 
also to aid her companions in doing the same, thereby rendering a 
most acceptable assistance to her teachers, whose gi'eatest pleasure 
amongst them will be derived from their assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The first and most important Eule concerns their religious 
duties, which all will be required to attend punctually. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during 
the time allowed for recreation, in the room appointed for that pur- 
pose ; but even during the hours set apart for recreation, it is never 
permitted in the halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall or any room 
in which all are assembled, without permission from the presiding 
Sister. 

4th. .No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the pur- 
pose of safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the Treasiu'er ; 
also, all Jewelry, except a breast-pin, pair of ear-rings, and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not per- 
mitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least 
once in two Aveeks. 

7th. The pupils are not allowed to make visits oftner than once a 
month. 

8th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to 
exclude all others, or become remarkable ; on the contrary, all should 
try to be sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, es- 
pecially towards new pupils. 

9th. Dm-iug the recreation hours, no work is permitted that will 
prevent the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbend- 
ing the mind and preparing it for futui'e study. 

lOtli. No books brought to the Academj- by the pupils, can be 
read without submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Let- 
ters are also subject to the inspection of the Directress. 



ST. xaviek's academy. 47 



lltli. No visits allowed, except at the appointed times, viz: Wed- 
nesday afternoons and Sunday ; pupils who wish to give no trouble, 
should be particular to notify their friends of this arrangement. 

12th. Personal neatness, and a particular care of books, toilet 
articles, wearing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as noth- 
ing like a slovenly appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who 
is careless in this respect, must expect to lose all good marks, as well 
as the respect of her companions and teachers. 

13th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective 
rooms during the hours given them for practice, neither should they 
speak in those rooms. 

14th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room, during school or re- 
creation hours, without special permission. 



THE DAILY KOUTINE FOE BOAEDEES IS AS FOLLOWS : 

5i o'clock. Else. 

&\ " Morning Prayers and Mass. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by Eecreation. 

8 " Study. 

9 " Eecitation in respective class rooms. 
11| " Dinner and Eecreation. 

12 J " Study. 

1 " Eecitation 

4 " Luncheon and Eecreation. 

4i " Study. 

6 " Supper. Eosary (for the Catholics). 

6i " Eecreation. 

8 " Night Prayers, after which, all retire to their re- 

spective dormitories for the night. 



Studies will be rcsuiiied the First Monday in September, and 
no young lady loiio is not then in attendance will be alloived 
to compete for the Deportment Medal. 



CATALOGUE OF PUPILS 



OF 



Saibt Xavier's Academy, 



CH ICAOO. 



FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 1883-84. 



CHICAGO: 
DONOHUE & HENNEBERRY, Pbinters, 

1884. 



PROSPECTUS 



or 



SAINT XAVIER'S ACADEMY. 



CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF MERCY. 



This Institution, first opened in 1846, is now permanently located on the 
corner of Wabash avenue and Twenty-ninth street, about three miles from the 
center of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious and well 
adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected with the 
various sleeping apartments, and the entire building is heated by steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to health, and 
those parents and guardians who have patronized the Academy during the 
past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation which 
exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 37, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy enjoys 
all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to secure 
order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of five months each, the 
first session commencing on the first of September; the second on the first of 
February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at Christmas, when 
pupils are permitted to visit their parents if they desire it. If residents of the 
city, they are permitted to do so once a month — generally the first Sunday of 
the month, unless deprived of this privilege for non-observance of rule. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or friends; 
visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since study is necessa- 
rily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times subject to the super- 
vision of the Directress. 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no case leave (as 
is sometimes the practice) just before the close of the year, without serious 
damage to their standing, besides forfeiting prizes. 

No deduction is made for the first two or last two weeks of a term, nor for 
absence except in cases of protracted sickness. 

As the practice of leaving just before the close of the year is a serious 
damage to the interests of the Institution, any pupil does so at the risk of her 
good standing. 

Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention consistent 



ST. XAVIEU S ACADEMY. 



with the spirit of a mild but firm government, is paid to tlie comfort of the 
young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is taken to nour- 
ish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion which alone can 
render education profitable. No undue influence is exercised over the religious 
opinions of non-Catholic pupils; however, for the sake of order, all are 
required to conform to the external discipline of the Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc. , are forwarded to parents 
and guardians. 

At the Annual Distribution of Premiums, those who have given evidence 
of polite and amiable deportment, are crowned by the ]\Iost Reverend A.rch- 
bishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and useful 
education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composition, History 
and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed each pupil for Plain 
and Ornamental Needle-work. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those only who take the full Academic 
Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the j^ear, their session always com- 
mencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness, and all that constitutes lady- 
like deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who may be 
found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the latter 
the Academj^ is opened at eight o'clock. 

Recitation commences at nine o'clock precisely, and continues until three 
o'clock p.m., with an intermission of three quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion, depends in 
a great measure on their regular attendance at school, the}' should never be 
encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except in case of illness. Parents 
should also see that they attend to evening study while at home, as it is useless 
to expect perfect recitation without private study. 

No young lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation hours, 
except in extraordinary cases. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

FIRST YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Word and sentence method from chart and panorama; also 
first reader. 

Writing: Name of pupil and place of residence on slate. Name of 
teacher and school. Copy from chart and book. 

Arithmp^tic: Coimting forwards and backwards by I's, 2's, 5's and lO's 
to 100; by 3's and 4's to 48; by 6's and 8's to 24. The signs, + , — , x , -j-, ^, 
f, and the use of them. Learn to read and write one period of figures. 
Addition and subtraction tables on board from 1 to 5. Addition on slate and 
board. Roman numerals. 

Music: Learn to recognize and sing the tones "Do,' "Mi," "Sol" (1, 3, 
5 of a key); the upper octave of " Do" and " Mi," and the lower octave of 
" Sol " and "Mi." Practice these from manual signs, from the modulator, 
from the Tonic. Sol-fa notation and from the staff. Recognize and produce 
the strong and weak accents, and the simplest divisions of time, viz: the beat, 
half-beat, two-part and three-part measure. As supplementary work, from 
eight to twelve simple songs to be learned by rote during the year. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, first series of Calkins'. Bright's lan- 
guage lessons to seventh topic. Use of period and interrogation mark. Polite- 

SECOND YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Second reader. Before commencing to read, all difficult words 
pronounced correctly and meaning given. A short sketch of the lesson given 
from memory. 

Writing: The spelling lesson written on slate. Copying from board or 
book. Short sentences containing certain words given by teacher. Use of 
pencil on paper. Short letters to be written first on slates. 

Spelling: Oral and written from reader, after which the speller to page 50. 

Arithmetic: Addition and subtraction tal)]es in mental arithmetic from 
5 to 10 with analysis on same pages. Multiplication table and analysis to 5'8. 
In practical arithmetic, addition and subtraction completed. Multiplication 
to three figures in multiplier. Read and write three periods of figuies. Count- 
ing by 2's, 3's and 9's to 100. 

Music: Review work of first year. In addition to tones already learned, 
to recognize and produce the tones " Re " and " Si," and practice as in first 
year. The last term of this year the remaining tones of the scale, " La " and 
"Fa," may be studied. Introduce four-part measure, one and one-half beat 
tones, quarter-beat tones, and rests corresponding to all the above tone lengths. 
The songs for this year shall for the most part be included in the above lessons, 
rather than to be learned by rote. 

Drawxng: On cards — Krusi's method; also on blackboard. 



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Miscellaneous: Phonic analysis. Object lessons, first and second series. 
Language lessons, first grade reviewed and completed. Time bj' the clock. 
Divisions of time. Colors. Politeness. 

THIRD YEAR OR GRADE. 

Re.\ding: First half of third reader with meaning of difficult words. 

Writing: Commence copy-book. Short letters once a week. 

Spelling: Primary speller to page 86, oral and written. 

CirRisTi.\N Doctrine : For Catholics only. First lessons with explanations. 

Geography: Primary to page 32, with globe. 

Arithmetic: In the mental, multiplication tables with analysis completed. 
Division tables and analysis. Review addition and subtraction. Read and 
write four periods of figures. 

Mxsic: Review with great care the work of the first and second years. 
Learn to pitch tunes in different keys by the use of a C pitch-pipe or tuning- 
fork. The songs for this year shall all be taught as music reading lessons. 

Dr.\wing: Books one and two. Blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneoi'S: Object lessons, third series. Language lessons, second 
grade. Abbreviations. Use of comma. Divisions of time. Use of Tellu- 
rian. Politeness. 

FOURTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Third reader completed. Occasional sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Short letters. Composition of about one dozen 
lines once a week. 

Spelling: From page 86 to 109. 

Arithmetic: Multiplication and division tables. Division to fractions. 
Review multiplication. Read and write five periods of figures. 

Geo(;raphv: Primary completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Continuation of Catechism with explanations. 

Music: After review, introduce six- part measure, three-quarter and quarter- 
beat tones, and increasing difficulties in time and tune. 

Drawing: Books three and four; also blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed. Language, 
second grade reviewed. Oral grammar. Politeness. 

FIFTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fourth reader. Sight reading. 

Writing: Copybook. Compositions on given subjects. Letter writing 
every two weeks. 

Spelling : First half grammar school speller to page 45. 

Arithmetic: Mental (Progressive) to i)age 43. Practical, re\iew least 
common multiple and greatest common di^^sor, going on to division of frac- 
tions. Read and write five periods. 

Geography: Intermediate to United States. Map of North America. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 



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Grajimar: To page 67. Parsing nouns, pronouns and adjectives. Anal- 
ysis of short sentences. 

Music: Learn to recognize and trace modulations to different keys, and to 
acquire the ability to pass from one key to another without instrumental aid. 

Drawing: Book five, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed, and one half of 
fourth. Language lessons, third grade. Abbreviations. Tellurian. Roman 
numerals. Punctuation marks. Politeness. 

SIXTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Readestg: Fourth reader completed, together with supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Letter writing every two weeks. Composition 
every week on topics designated by the teacher. 

Spelling: Grammar school speller, from page 45 to 70. Dictation. 

Arithmetic:' Intellectual arithmetic to page 67. Practical arithmetic. 
Promiscuous in fractions. Decimals to compound numbers. Read and write 
six periods. 

Geography: To South America. Map of United States. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: Descriptive part, to verbs, including fine print. Analysis of 
simple sentences. Parsing, to verbs, and first two rules of syntax. 

Music: A thorough practice on all the above, with still gi-eater difticulties 
in tune, time and part singing. 

Drawing : Book six, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fourth series. Tellurian. Language les- 
sons, fourth and fifth grades. Abbreviations. Roman numerals. Politeness. 

SEVENTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fifth reader. Supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Composition every week. Letters every two 
weeks. 

Spelling: From page 70 to 100. Dictation. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic, from page 67 to 100. Practical 
arithmetic. Compound numbers. 

Geography: From South America through. Map of South America, Asia 
and Illinois. 

Grammar: From page 67 to 138; also, to rule ten in syntax. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

History: United States, first half, to Revolution. Bible history, Old 
Testament. 

Music; Compound measures. Minor scales and key. 

Drawing: Book seven, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fifth series. Tellurian. Abbreviations. 
Language lessons, sixth and seventh grades. 

EIGHTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Last half of fifth reader, with supplementary reading. 
Writing: Copy-book. Composition, weekly. Letters, bi-weekly. 
Spelling: From page 100 to 180. Dictation. 



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Arithmetic: Intellectual, from page 87 to 113. Practical arithmetic. 
Percentage to discount. 

Geography: Map of Europe, Africa and Palestine. 

Gramsiar: Completed. 

History: United States, completed. Bible history, completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism, completed. 

Music: First principles of harmony. 

Drawing: Book eight, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, sixth series. Language lessons, eighth 
grade. Tellurian. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth reader, first half. Supplementary sight reading. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's Catechism, with explanations. 

Writing: Copy-book, copies set by teacher. Letters bi-weekly. 

Etymology: Word analysis, first half. 

Arithmetic: Discount, insurance, ratio and proportion, alligation, involu- 
tion and evolution. Intellectual, through to miscellaneous. 

Physical Geography: General histor}', first half. Familiar science. 

Rhetoric: To versification, and composition every week. French and 
German optional. 

Music: Review of the past, with choir singing. Instrumental music op- 
tional; also, private vocal lessons. 

Drawing: Krusi's Method, book nine, with object drawing. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth completed. Sight reading from histories. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Writing: From copies by teacher on board. 

Etymology: Completed. Test words from speller. 

Arithmetic: Complete arithmetic finished. Review of intellectual. 

Algebra: Fir^t half. 

General History: Completed. 

Rhetoric: Completed. 

Physiolo(;y: French and German optional. 

Music: Choir singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons optional. 

Drawing: Book ten, with object drawing. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Reading: Historical and literary, from classical authors. 

Writing: Plain and ornamental, from board. 

Arithmetic: Review complete arithmetic. 

Algebra: Last half, with selections from University algebra. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Bookkeeping. 

Literature: English, complete. 

Botany, Rhetoric and History reviewed. 



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Composition and Epistolary Correspondence: Alternately every week. 
Civil Government, Political Economy: French and German optional. 
Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons optional. 
Drawing: Book eleven, with sketching from nature. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

Reading: Philosophical and political. 
Writing: Plain and ornamental, from board. 
Geometry and Trigonometry. 
Epistolary Composition and Essay Writing. 
Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's completed. 

Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, Zoology, Geology, Mythology, 
Chemistry, French, German and Latin : Optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons optional. 
Drawing: Book twelve, with sketching from nature. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS FOLLOWS. 

5^ o'clock, Rise. 



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Morning Prayers and Mass. 
Breakfast, followed by recreation. 
Study. 

Recitation in respective class rooms. 
Dinner and recreation. 
Study. 

Mathematics. 

Plain sewing, penmanship, etc. 
Luncheon and recreation. 
Study lessons for next day. 
Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics). 
Recreation. 

Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective dormito- 
ries for the night. 



Studies will he resumed the First Monday in Sej)tember, and 
no young lady ivlio is ?iot then in attendance will be allowed to 
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IllTSTRUMEjSrTAL MUSIC. 



COURSE 0F::STUDIES. ' 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Second DI^^sION. 

Beyer's Instructoi'— Five-finger exercises, Jousse's Musical Catechism. 

First Division. 
Instructor and Catechism continued, major and minor scales, similar and con- 
trary motion, Czerny's Easy Studies, occasional pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 

Plaidy's Technical Studies commenced, major and minor scales in thirds, si.vths, 
catechism, Lemoine's Juvenile Studies— first book, easy sonatas. 

First Division. 

Plaidy's Technical Studies, catechism and scales, Lemoine's Juvenile Studies- 
second book, sonatas and pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 

Lemoine's Juvenile Studies— second book, Czerny's and Heller's Etudes, selec- 
tions from Leybach, Gottschalk, etc., thorough-bass, catechism. 

First Division. 
Cramer's Studies— first book, selections from Chopin, Weber, Schumann, Beetho- 
ven's easier sonatas, etc. Harmony (Woitzman's Manual), liistory of music com- 
menced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 

Cramer's Studies continued, Beethoven's sonatas, Liszt's rhapsodies, Chopin's 
polonaise, etc., Weitzman's Manual of Harmony, history of music continued. 



VOCAL MUSIC. 



Scale singing, intervals, easy pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
Concone's Fifty Lessons, minor and chromatic scales, ballads, Abt's exercises. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Twenty-five Lessons, selections from Rossini, Verdi, Donizetti, etc. 
All are expected to attend class-singing, which is free. Private vocal lessons, 
however, are extra. 



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TKRIVIS. 

(FOR BOARDERS,) 
Per Session of Five Months, in Advance. 

Board and Tuition, in English and Music $150 

Languages, each - - 10 

Oil Painting 25 

Water color 25 

Crayon - 25 

Harp - - 40 

Guitar 30 

Vocal lessons and Harmony, each - 30 

Washing -.... 5 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more sisters at 
the same time. 

Books, stationery, etc., are furnished at the usual retail prices, hnt never 
on credit. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, suitable 
for each season. Toilet articles, six towels, four table-napkins, a knife and 
fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, napkin-ring, two yards of carpeting or a rug, and 
two yards black net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 

TKRIMS. 

(FOR DAY SCHOLARS.) 
Per Quarter op Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

academic department. 

English Branches $15 

Music - - - - 15 

Use of Piano 5 

Painting for the Pupils - -15 

Painting for those who do not attend school - . . - . . 25 

Crayon for those who do not attend school 25 

Crayon for pupils 15 

Drawing 5 

Guitar 15 

Vocal lessons and Harmony, each 15 

intermediate department. 

English Branches for Juveniles $10 

English Branches for Minims 5 

Music for Juniors 10 



Catalogue of Pupils. 

From September, 1883, to June, 1884. 



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Ahel-n, Almy Chicago, 111 

Allyn, Susie " " 

Bardon, Tessie " '' 

Bardon, Lizzie 

Barrett, Mamie 

Barnett, Louise 

Barnett, May 

Bane, Florence ... " " 

Beaupre, Annie De Kalb, '* 

Beanpre, Elva " " 

Bisby, Lena St. Charles, " 

Bergeron, Maria Tucker, " 

Bergeron, Sophia " *' 

Bender, Minnie Chicago, " 

Brag, Josie " " 

Brown, Gertie Milvvauivee, Wis. 

Brown, Mamie Chicago, 111. 

Brown, Nannie '* *' 

Brennan, Lucy. " " 

Brennan, Lizzie " " 

Brennan, Jennie " " 

Brennan, Annie " '* 

Boyles, Ada 

Boyles, Frances. ... " " 

Bontield, Stelhi 

Bonfield, Maria 

Bowen, Maggie " " 

Burns, Mary 

Burlison, Nettie " *' 

lirovvn, Minnie " " 

Burks, Edna Sullivan, Ind. 

Bradley, Kittie Liberty ville, 111. 

Burton, Gertie Chicago, " 

Burlison. Nettie '• " 

Cahill, Nellie 

Canty, Mary 

Canty, Annie " " 

Callahan, AUie 

Cleary, Bessie *' " 

Clearv, Kittie 



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Cleary, Maudie Chicago, 111. 

Cleary, Julia 

Cleary, Mamie ** " 

Courtney, Mabel " " 

Coins, Annie ** " 

Cotton, Maggie ■ " 

Coulter, Lillie 

Couch, Josie ** " 

Considine, Lucy, 

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Conley, Nellie. . . 

Combs, Carrie Hyde Park, 

Coda, Eose Chicago, 

Crisp, Alice, 

Cross, Nellie Freeport, 

Cudaliy, Lizzie Chicago, 

Cudahy, Mary, 
Cudahy, Clara. 
Cudahy, Celia. 
Cudahy, Mary, 
Cudahy, Julia. 

Cudahy, Bessie " " 

Daly, Mary. 

Dalton, Katie 

Devore, Sadie Indianapolis, Ind. 

De Cam pi, Annie Chicago, 111. 

Dean, Florence Dayton, Ohio. 

Delaney, Annie Chicago, 111. 

Deloulnie. Blanche " " 

Deloulme, Lucille 

Dixon, Maud San Francisco, Cal. 

Dorney, Lucy Chicago, 111. 

Dunne, Mamie. ... 
Dunne, Maggie. . . . 

Duddleston, Lizzie '* " 

Eaton. Cecelia " " 

Edwards, Mary 

Eisendrath, Blanche 

Enright, Mary 

Excell, Evelyn 

Excell, Lila '. 

Fahey, Mamie 

Fallon, Lillie 

Finucane, Mamie " " 

Finucane, Annie ** , " 

Fitzgerald, Mary 

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Foote, Sarah. 



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Foote, Laura Chicago, 

Foster, Irene " 

Foster, Jessie " 

Foster, Minnie " 

Frank, Ida " 

Franky, Amelia '* 

Gadbois, Elizabeth Tucker, 

Gallagher, Katie Chicago, 

Gilday, Teresa " 

Gillespie, Eose Mary " 

Goodman, Carrie " 

Goodwin, Mamie " 

Granger. Elizabeth ...... St. George, 

Hagan, Jennie Chicago, 

Hartman, Emma Aurora, 

Hardy, Annie Chicago, 

Hayken, Josie " 

Hastings, Katie *' 

Hayes, Gracie " 

Harris, Dora " 

Haloway, May " 

Hallowed, Katie " 

Hannum, Jessie Whitley, 

Haggarty, Mollie Chicago, 

Healy, Agnes " 

Herrick, Eva " 

Heissler, Lulu ** 

Hickey, Kittie " 

Hickey, Cecelia *< 

Higgins, Alice " 

Horner, Mattie " 

Horgan, Eleanor " 

Holton, Daisy " 

Hudson, Annie 'f 

Hughes, Louise " 

Hunt, Maggie " 

Hopkins, Josie " 

Isaacs, Miss " 

Isham, Hattie " 

Irish. Emma " 

Joy, Mamie " 

Jordan, Lottie ** 

Jochem, Annie " 

Kane, Jejinie ** 

Keane, Annie " 

Kent, Mary " 

Kenny, Annie *' 

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Klanber, Nellie Chicago, 111 

Kremer, Katie 

Kreyder, Jenuie 

Lane, Annie " 

Lannon, Katie 

Lavaron, Matilda *' 

Lavaron, Leonie 

Lamb, Mamie 

Leahy, Mamie 

Leddy, Ella 

Levi, Sadie. '' 

Levi, Minnie " 

Lewis, Gracie 

Lewinsohn, Mollie 

Lewinsohn, Bertha 

Lichtenstadt, Susie 

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Le Due, Ernestine " " 

Loveland, Laura " " 

Lunn, Jennie " '' 

Mahon, Alice " " 

Maher, Mamie " " 

Maher, Katie 

Maher, Lillie " 

Maher, Mary. 
Marble, Mary. 
Mann, Emma 

Markham, Minnie ** 

McCarthy, Lizzie 
McElderey, Mary 

McGrath, Kittie Argyle, Wis 

McMahon, Mamie Chicago, 111 

McMullen, Corinna " 

McNiff, Belle 

McNamara, Annie ** 

McLaughlin, Lizzie Wheatland, 

McWhaters, Georgie Chicago, 

Mertage, Sadie *' 

Meehan, Eose " 

Meehan, Lillie ** 

Milligan, Lottie " 

Miller, Edith De Kalb, 

Mix, Mamie Chicago, 

Montague, Mamie " 

Mooney, Mary '* 

Moran, Kittie " 

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Montgomery, -Mary Chicago, 111 

Moakley, Laura " " 

Moss, Josie " " 

Miiller, Minnie " " 

Mulverhill, Grace " " 

Mulvey, Nellie " " 

Murphy, Mary 

Murphy, Ursula 

Murphy, Mamie 

Murphy, Kittie 

Murphy, Veronica 

Murphy, Maggie 

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Nelligan, Lottie '■' " 

Keville, Nellie ' '' " 

Nichols, Minnie " " 

Nilson, Christine ■ " " 

Nolan, Hattie " " 

O'Brien, Nellie 

O'Brien, Rose 

O'Brien, Josie " 

O'Brien, Lulu 

O'Brien, Katie 

O'Conner, Mary • . . . 

O'Connell, Mary 

O'Donnell, Abbie 

O'Donnell, Mary " 

O'Hara, Mamie Cedar Eapids, Iowa 

O'Hara, Nellie 

O'Shea, Mary Chicago, 111. 

Ottley, Fannie 

Philippi, Ottie 

Piquenard, Juliette 

Powers, Maggie 

Priudeville; Esther Bute, Montana. 

Putnam, May Chicago, 111. 

Pierce, Nettie " " 

Quan, Mary " " 

Quigley, Annie 

Quinlan, Mary 

Robinson, Lucille Jackson, Mich 

Ross, Katie Chicago, 111 

Roily, Minnie 

Russell. Isabel 

Ryan, Julia " 

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Sandmeier, Lillie Chicago, 111 

Sandmeier, Laura 
Sandmeier, Annie 
Scaulan, Lizzie. . , 
Scanlan, Mary. . . , 
Schwab, Lottie " ' " 



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Sherwood, Maude '* ** 

Sexton, Kate " 

Slierwood, Blanche 

Sherwood, Mabel " "' 

Slattery, Minnie \Vihnin,o-ton, "' 

Skidmore, Winnie Chicago, 

Spies, Mary " 

Spies, Edna 

Spencer, Fannie Indianapolis, Ind. 

Steel, Mamie Chicago, 111. 

Stearns, Marie " " 

Stumps, Mary 

Stumps, Maggie 

Sheehy, Mary 

Smith, Mary". '' '* 

Sweetnam. Maude " " 

Sweeny, Hanna Harvard, " 

Slocum Jennie Chicago, . " 

Taylor, Annie 

Thomas, Ida 

Thomas, Lulu 

Travnor, Aggie " " 

Travnor, Nettie " " 

Tryber, Lillie 

Tryder, Jennie 

Van Velsar, Lizzie " 

Van Horn Lulu 

Walsh, Mary 

Walsh, Victoria '' '' 

Walsh, Jennie 

Walsh, Nellie 

Welsh, Kittie 

Washburn, Maudie " " 

W^ashburn, Annie " **' 

Whelan, Nellie 

Wells, Susie 

Wagner, Mamie De Kalb, 

Wall, Annie Chicago, 

Williams, Josie 

Whiting, Dolores 

Woods, Agnes " " 

Worden, Jennie *' " 

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VALEDICTORY. 



The Starlight of the Past arid the Twilight of the Future. 



BY MISS EVELYN E. EXCELL. 



The saine bright gems which now illume the night. 
Long ages past have shed their silvery light 
Upon a world of deep and bitter woes. 
And given a sacred sweetness to repose. 
The stairy eyes wbich peep from out the sky, 
The smile have often brought, and checked the sigh: 
For in tlu-ir light, our vai'ied fancies see 
Tlie golden fruits which hang on memory's tree. 
With sweet soul-stirring song one charms our ear, 
In tender tones so sad, yet sweet and clear, 
As like an echo, whispering soft and low 
The dear, time-honored strains of long ago ; 
Another brings to fancy's favored .sight 
Some dear one's .spirit, clothed in mdiance bright, 
That years ago left here a vacant place. 
To grace the starry vault with angel face. 
Tiie darkened skies one constellation b<>ast, 
Which well may rank amid the starry host; 
It clnims its own, the great and wise of old. 
Philosophers who woulil their minds unfold 
And give to hungry brains a wealth mil old — 
A prize that was not bought, could not be sold : 
The poet who with great and gifted pen 
Sang loud the praise of the historian, 
Wlio pictured with deep sliade and light inteu.se 
The heroes brave, enlivening past events 
In one we lu^te how in some hour of peace 
We gaily bade all anxious murmuring cease, 
And stdod with G 'd apart from care and f(!ar, 
Content to lean on Ilim who seemed so near. 
Oh ! this, methinks, of all our beauteous past 
Most laden was with joy, too swi-et to last. 
Hut lo ! oiu' blissful re\'erie must cease, 
'{'he moi-ning twilight C'imelh on apace; 
The golden stars retreating one by one. 
Like courtier-; grand, before the great king Sun, 
The dreamy night like pleasure soon is past. 
Another day upon us dawns at last. 
'Twill bring to us, we see not — know not — what: 
Will it with joy, or .'-adness dt^■\^. l)e Iraught ? 
Or will the All-wise say, "It may not be 
That thou the close of day may live to see I" 
But. as we watch the dawn of coming day, 
Wliicii gilds the hilltops, like sweet flowers of Maj^, 
We sigh, "Ah me ! wliat change is yet to come':' 



What cloud obscures the world we now call home ? " 

And thus it is, dear friends, ice stand to-day, 

And gaze upon the past that would not stay. 

The star of school-life waning quickly now, 

The future's twilight shadowing our brow. 

We linger ere we sever childhood's bonds 

Since heart to heart each faithful friend responds. 

Yet some have said (indeed, perhaps 'tis true), 

That school-girls now and then this part o'erdo. 

And do not really mean quite all they say 

When leaving friends on school-life's last fair daj\ 

And hence, dear friends, I will not now expros 

Our hearts' past joys or present deep distre.ss; 

I will not now by cold, unfeeling line 

Wrench tender blossoms from a stout old vine; 

But on the " Son of Song" so sweet, I'll call — 

His soothing words our youthful hearls enthrall, 

Expressing partly what we wish lo say 

Before we go to tread the world's hard way : 

"When the freshness of j-outh and of beauty 
Are mingled with things of the past, 
How sweet to have treasured in memory 

Relics more fated to last ! 
The remembrance of those whom we trusted 

And loved in the days of our youth, 
The dear hearts which then beat responsive 
While pulse with pulse mingled in truth." 
My dearest friends, O Sisters, kind and true I 
At last ! at last ! Fate bids us part from you ! 
You have been earnest, faithful to the last — 
The future's twilight ne'er o'er-clouds the past. 
The seeds you've planted in these hearts of ours 
Will ever thrive midst sacred memory's flowers. 
Until we meet in Heaven's eternal school 
Wliere all will love and serve the same sweet rule. 
You know the "plant of strange elastic power" 
Whose root, true kindness is, and love the flower: 
Think not the plantlet's leaves will soon be sere 
That has for nine full years been growing here. 
And when life's school-days too shall pass away 
With Nature's poet still our hearts will say : 
" Dear Native regions, I foretell 
From what I feel at this farewell, 
That wheresoe'er my steps shall tend 
And wheusoe'er my course shall end, 
If in that hour a single tie 
Remain of local .sympathy. 
My soul will take its backward view — 
Its longing look alone — on you." 



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Highest Examination Average 



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Highest Examination Average 



IN THE EIGHTH GRADE, 



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IN SIXTH GRADE, 



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MISS MARIE STEARNS. 



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MISS ANNIE CLEARY, 

CHICAGO. 



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TO 



MISS LILA M. EXCELL, 

CHICAGO. 



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MISS FLORENCE DEAN, 

DAYTON, O. 



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IN THE SENIOR CLASSES, 



AWARDED TO 



MISS MARY MONTGOMERY, 



CHICAGO. 



The Gold Medal 



FOR 



DEPORTMENT, 

IN. THE JUNIOR CLASSES, 
TO 

MISS MAMIE O'HARA, 

CEDAR RAPIDS, lA, 



The Gold Medals 

FOR 

PLAIN SEWING, 

AWARDKD TO 

MISS CLARA CUDAHY, 

AND 

MISS MARY SPIES, 

CHICAGO. 



The Gold Medal 



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MISS TESSIE A, KELLY, 




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MISS MARY E. KENT, 








MISS LAURA C. MOAKLEY, 






MISS NELLIE T. 


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MISS KITTIE MURPHY, 



MISS MAGGIE COYLE, 



MISS LIZZIE Mclaughlin, 



MISS MARY WALSH. 



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1 

i CROWNS FOR GOOD CONDUCT. 

1 


^TI^ST CIE^O^T^^TS. 


Miss Mary Montgomeuy, 


Miss Alice Mahon, 


' 


' Edna Burks. 




Elizabeth Gadbois, 


' 


' KiTTiE Bradley, 




Victoria Walsh, 




' Aggie Keefe, 




Mamie O'Hara, 




' Rose O'Brien, 




Maggie Cusack, ] 




' Lillie Sandmeier, 




Emma Mann, i 




' Laura Sandmeier, 




Bessie Cleary, ' 




' Rose Gillespie, 




Irene Foster, 




' Alice Higgins, 




Macwie Murphy, j 




' Dolores Whiting, 




Veronica Murphy, 


* 


' Katie IMcGrath, 




Agnes Kelly, 




' Annie Sandmeier, 




Katie Kremer, 




' Belle McNipf, 




Maude Sweetnam, 




' Mamie Barrett, 




Jennie Kean, 




' Annie Taylor, 




Julia Ryan, 




' Makia Bergeron, 




JosiE O'Brien, j 


' 


' PIattie Nolan, 




Nellie O'Hara, 




' Carrie Combs, 




Mamie Leahy, 




' Mary Qiinlan, 




Katie Ross, 




' Lulu O'Brien, 




Katie Hallo\ved, j 




' Francis Boyles, 




Maggie Stumps, 




' Mamie Montague, 




RosiE Foote. 




' Ursula Murphy, 






ShlCOlSriD CI^O^T^l^S- 


Miss Katie WELsir, M] 


[ss Mary O'Conner 


, Miss Annie Coins, 




' Hanna Sweeny, 


' SrsiE Allyn, 


" Amelia Franky, 




' Lizzie Bardon, 


' Minnie Slattery, " Maude Hayken, | 




' Florence Dean, 


' Nellie Cahill, 


" Sarah Foote, 




' Alma Aiiern, 


' Jennie Hagan, 


" Gracie Hayes, 




' Maky Enright, 


' Mamie Dunne, 


" Nellie AVhelan, 




' Mahy O'Donnell, 


' RosiE Meehan, 


" Mary McMaiion, 




' Clara Cudahy, 


' 3Lary O'Connel 


" Jessie Hayken, 




' Tessie Bardon, 


' Eleanor Horgan, . " Annie Hudson, ;|i 




' Edith Miller. 


' Katie Dai/ion, 


" Sophia Bergeron, 




' Ida Thomas, ' 


' Mamie Foote. 


" Lulu Heissler, j 




' Annie Kenny, 


' Jennie Lunn, 


" Lucy Brennan, i 




' Ceua Ci'dahy, 


' Kittie Cleary, 


" Agnes Woods, j 




' Jennie Bhennan, 


' Katie Maher, 


" Mamie Nelligan, 




' Maggie Bowen, 


' Edna Spies, 


" Lillie Hughes, i 




' Lena Bisby, 


' Elya Beaupre, 


" Mary Stumps, ; 




' Mamie Murphy, 


' Lillie Tryber, 


" Annie Canty, 




' Lizzie Cudahy, ' 


' Lillie Meeiian, 


" Louise Barnett, 




' Nellie Walsh, 


' Alice Crispy, 


" M. A. Barnett, 




' Mary Spies, ' 


' Julia Nelligan 


" Florence Bane, 




Miss Blanche E 


isendrath. Miss May ]\L\her. 

i 



s 



PREMIIiMS. 



ELOCUTION. 



FIRST CLASiS. 

First Premium N. O'Brien, E. Excell 

Second " M. Enright, K. Murpliy 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium M. Murphy 

Sewnd " K. Bradley 

READING. 

FIKST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Lizzie McLaughlin 

Second Premium Mary Walsh 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Aggie Keefe 

Second " ; Lizzie Cudahy 

Third " Kittie Welsh 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium A. Mahon, N. Cahill 

Second " M. Spies, S. AUyu 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Jennie Hagan 

Second " Manue Dunne 

Third " Ida Thomas 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium L. Brennan, C. Cudahy 

Second " M. Stearns, M. Murphy 

Third " E. Horgan, M. Foote 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium O. Philippi, F. Spencer 

Second " IVIary Edwards 

Third " Jennie Lunn 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium L. Tryber, E. Beauprc 

Second " Maud Sherwood 

Third " Jennie Kean 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium L. Dorney, M. Marble 

Second " M. Joy, G. Lewis 

Third " Julia Ryan 



32 ST. XAYIER S ACADEMY. 



SIXTH CLASS-First Division. 

First Premium Nellie O'llara 

Second " .' Annie Coiu.s 

SIXTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Hattie Isbam 

Second " Maria Bonfield 

SIXTH CLASS-Tliird Division. 

First Premium Blanche Deloulme 

Second " INIamie Lamb 

SEVENTH CLASS. 

First Premium B. Eisendrath, S. Foote 

Second " JM- Foster, G. Brown 

PENMANSHIP. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premiimi Tessie Kelly 

Second " Nellie O'Brien 

Third " Laura Moakley 

FIRST CLASS. 
First Premium Mary Walsh , 

Second " 3Iaggie Coyle 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Alice Higguis 

Second " A. Kecfe, R. Gillespie 

Thii-d " Laura Sandmeier 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium M. O'Conner, L. Bardon 

Second " Nellie Walsh 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Maggie Cusack 

Second " Hose Meehan 

FOURTH CLASS-First Division. 

First Premiiun Lizzie Brennan 

Second " M. Stearns, J. Brennan 

Third " K. Lannon, S. Lichtenstadt 

FOURTH CLASS Second Division. 

First Premium M. Horner, M. Mooney 

Second " Allie Callahan 

Third " Matilda Lavaron 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Hattie Nolan 

Second •' Nannie Brown 

Third " Annie Finucane 

FIFTH CLASS-Second Division. 

First Premium Sophia Bergeron 

Second " Edna Spies 

Third " Ernestine Le Due 



ST. xaviek's academy. 87 



THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium. '. Maggie Cusack 

Second " Annie Kenny 

Third " Kittie McGrath 



FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium G. Considine, M. Bowen 

Second " A. Sandmeier, M. Foote 

Tliird " E. Horgan, J. Brennan 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 
First Premium Mary O'Shea 

Second " AUie Callalian 

Tliird " Fannie Spencer 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium A Hudson, J. Kean 

Second " Katie Maher 

Third " Mary Burns 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 
First Premium Carrie Combs 

Second " Agnes Woods 

Third " Lillie Meehan 

SIXTH CLASS-First Division. 
First Premium Amelia Franky 

Second " Esther Prindiville 

SIXTH CLASS— Second Di\-ision. 
First Premium Lizzie Scanlon 

Second " Mary Nelligan 

SIXTH CLASS— Third Division. 
First Premium Emma Irish 

Second " Lottie Jordan 

GEOGRAPHY. 

THIRD CLASS. 
First Premium Dolores Whiting 

Second " B. Cleary, A. Kenny 

Third " Lucy Considine 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium M. Smith, B. McNiff 

Second " V. Murphy, A. Sandmeier 

Third " S. Lichtenstadt, A. O'Donnell 

FOURTH CLASS- Second Division. 

First Premium A. Taylor, K. Cleary 

Second " Katie Kremer 

Third " Mary Barrett 

FIFTH CLASS-First Division. 

First.Premium P. Hunt, A. Hudson 

Second " Lillie Tryber 

Third " Mary Burns 



38 ST, xatiek's academy. 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium L. Brennan, C. Combs 

Second " -T. Kyan, M. Joy 

Third " R- Coda, E. Le Due 

MAP DRAWING. 

THIRD CLASS -First Division. 

First Premium Elizabeth Gadbois 

Second " F. Dean, C. Cudahy 

Third " M. Enright, A. Ahern 

THIRD CLASS— Second Di%-ision. 

Fu-st Premium I. Thomas, E. Miller 

Second " Bessie Cleary 

Third " Annie Kenny 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Mary Smith 

Second " Belle McNiflf 

Third " Lizzie Brennan 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Annie Taylor 

Second " Lena Bisby 

Third " Maria Bergeron 

ASTRONOMY. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium T. Kelly, E. Excell 

Second " M. Kent, Ijf. O'Brien 



BOOK-KEEPING. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium N. O'Brien, T. Kelly 

Second " M. Kent, L. Moakley 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Maggie Coyle 

Second " Lizzie McLaughlin 

; LITERATURE. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Kent 

Second " Tessie Kelly 

Third " Lam-a IMoakley 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Maggie Coyle 

Second " Katie [Murphy 



ST xavier's academy. 39 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Evelyn Excell 

Second " Laura Moakley 

ZOOLOGY. 

GRADUATE PLASS. 

First Premium Laura Moal<]ey 

Second " Tessie Kelly 

BOTANY. 

^ GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Moakley 

Second " Evelyn Excell 

Third " Mary Kent 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie McLaughlin 

Second " Mary Walsh 

RHETORIC. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Kent 

Second " Nellie O'Brien 

FIRST CLAS^. 

First Premium Kittie Murphy 

Second " . . .* Mary Walsh 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Alice Higgins 

Second " Edna Burks 

Third " Mary Murphy 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Rose O'Brien 

Second " Katie Welsh 

Third " Lillie Sandmeier 

MUSIC. 

VOCAL. 

Gold Medal Minnie Mliller 

First Premium M. Walsh, M. Slattery 

Second " M. Edwards, A. Keefe 

INSTRUMENTAL— First Class. 
Premium Mamie O'Hara 



40 ST. xavier's academy. 



SECOND CLASS— First Division. 
First Premium M. Murphj% M. Steel 

Second " , E. Burks, A. O'Donnell 

SECOND CLASS-Second Division. 

First Premium M. O'Conner, K. Welsh, A. Mahon 

Second " S. Lichtenstadt, L. Bardon 

Third " M. Horner, L. Sandmeier 

Fourth " Nellie Cross 

THIRD CLASS. 
First Premium Maggie Murphy 

Second " Bessie Cleary 

FOURTH CLASS. 
First Premium M. Stearns, N. Ollara 

Second " M. Hunt, E. Le Due 

Third " R. Coda, M. Courtney 

FIFTH CLASS. 
First Premium Lena Bisby 

Second " Isabel Russel 

Third " Katie Dalton 

Fourth " Mary OShea 

MUSICAL THEORY. 

First Premium T. Kelly, M. Kent 

Second " Edna Burks 

GUITAR. 

First Premium Tessie Kelly 

Second " Minnie Slattery 

PASTEL PAINTING. 

Gold Medal. Annie Cleary 

Second Premium N. Pierce, M. Enright 

OIL PAINTING. 

Gold Medal Lila Excell 

First Premium Nellie O'Brien 

Second " Lucille Robinson 

DRAWING. 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Maggie Coyle 

Third " Alice Mahon 

GERMAN. 

First Premium Edna Burks 

Second " Mattie Horner 

Third " Ottie Philippi 



ST. xavter's academy. 33 



GRAMMAR. 

* * 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium E. Gadbois, F. Dean 

Second " L. Bardon, M. Spies 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Emma Mann 

Second " E. Miller, I. Foster 

Third " Jennie Hagan 

FOURTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium V. Walsh, V. Murphy 

Second " B. McNiff, C. Cudahy 

Third " K. Dalton, M. Bowen 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium K. Kremer, M. Bergeron 

Second " Katie Cleary 

Third " Josie Hayken 

ETYMOLOGY. 

SECOND CLASS. 
First Premium Rose O'Brien 

Second " Alice Higgins 

Third " Kittle Bradley 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium S. Allyn, M. O'Donnell 

Second " A. Ahern, N. Cahill 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 
First Premium Mamie O'Hara 

Second " Mary O'ConncU 

Third " Kittie McGrath 

FOURTH CLASS— First Di\nsion. 
First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " L. Brennan, A. Kelly 

Third " Y. Murphy, M. Murphy 

FOITITH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium M. Barrett, M. Sweetnam 

Second " Minnie Markham 

Third " Isabel Russell 

1 
FIFTH CLASS-First Division. i 

First Premium A. Hudson, L. Tryber 

Second " Hattie Nolan I 

Third " Lulu Heissler | 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium L. Brennan, J. O'Brien 

Second " L. Dorney, M. Marble 

Third " Agnes Woods 



34 ST. xavier's academy. 



SIXTH CLASS-First Division. 

First Premium Julia Nelligan 

Second " Maggie Cotton 

SIXTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Annie McNamara 

Second " Katie O'Brien 

SIXTH CLASS- Third Division. 

First Premium Jennie Worden 

Second " .' Annie Canty 

SEVENTH CLASS. 
First Premium Kitty Hickey 

Second " Lucy Deloulme 

MATHEiVlATICS.— ARITHiVIETIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 
First Premium Kittie Murphy 

Second " L. McLaughlin, R. Gillespie 

SECOND CLASS. 
First Premium Lizzie Cudahy 

Second " Alma Ahern 

Third " Lillie Sandmeier 

THIRD CLASS. 
First Premium I. Foster, E. Mann 

Second " Elizabeth Gadbois 

Third " Mary Montgomery 

FOURTH CLASS-First Division. 

First Premium M. O'Conncll, A. O'Donnell 

Second " M. O'Hara, D. Whiting 

Third " Kittie Kremer 

FOURTH CLASS- Second Division. 

First Premium A. Taylor, L. Bisby 

Second " J. Hayken, M. Sweetnam 

Third " Mary Mooney 

FIFTH CLASS-First Division. 

First Premium L. Heissler, M. Hunt 

Second " M. Sherwood, M Nichols 

Third " Annie Finucane 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium L. Brennan, J. O'Brien 

Second " C. Combs, M. Courtney 

Third " Lillie Meehan 

SIXTH CLASS-First Division. 
First Premium Annie Keane 

Second " ' Mamie Leahey 

SIXTH CLASS-Second Division. 
First Premium Maud Hayken 

Second " Josie Williams 



ST. xavier's academy. 35 



SIXTH CLASS— Third Division. 

First Premium Rosie Foote 

Second " Maggie Stumps 

SEVENTH CLASS. 

First Premium M. Stumps, F. Bane 

Second " M. Powers, C. McMullen 

ALGEBRA. 

rittST CLASS. 
First Premium Katie Murphy 

Second " Maggie Coyle 

SECOND CLASS. 
First Premium R. O'Brien, R. Gillespie 

Second " ; Edna Burlis 

Tliird " Mary Murpliy 

GEOMETRY. 

First Premium Mary Kent 

Second " Nellie O'Brien 

TRIGONOMETRY. 

First Premium Tessie Kelly, Laura ]Moakley 

HISTORY. 

GENERAL HISTORY— First Class. 

First Premium Maggie Coyle 

Second " Lizzie McLaughlin 

GENERAL HISTORY— Second Class. 

First Premium Rose O'Brien 

Second " Aggie Keef c 

Third " Lillie Sandmeier 

UNITED STATES HISTORY— Third Class- First Division. 

Gold Medal Florence Dean 

First Premium L. Bardon, M. O'Donnell 

Second " T. Bardon, C. Cudahy 

UNITED STATES HISTORY— Third Class— Second Division. 

First Premium B. Cleary , L Thomas 

Second " Mamie Dunne 

Third " Emma Mann 

COMPOSITION. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 
Second " Tessie Kelly 

FIRST CLASS. 
First Premium Lizzie McLaughlin 

Second " Maggie Coyle 



GRADUATE CLASS. 
First Premium Nellie O'Brien 



36 ST. xaviek's academy. 



SECOND CLASS. 

First. Premium Lillie Sandmeier 

Second " Rose Gillespie 

Third " Lizzie Cudahy 

THIRD CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium M. Spies, C. Cudahy 

Second " M. Montgomery, M. O'Conner 

THIRD CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium D. Whiting, J. Hagan 

Second " Mamie O'Hara 

Third " Mamie Dunne 

FOURTH CLASS-First Di\ision. 

First Premium. Marie Stearns 

Second " B. McNiff, C. Cudahy 

Third " G. Considine, K. Lannon 

FOURTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium Katie Kremer 

Second " Fannie Spencer 

Third " Ottie Philippi 

FIFTH CLASS— First Division. 

First Premium Elva Beaupre 

Second " Nannie Brown 

Third " Kittie Maher 

FIFTH CLASS— Second Division. 

First Premium S. Bergeron, M. Nichols 

Second " R. Coda, M. Courtney 

Third " E. Spies, G. Lewis 

BIBLE HISTORY. 

THIRD CLASS-First Division. 

First Premium Mary Enright 

Ecjual Tessie Bardon 

THIRD CLASS-Second Division. 

First Premium Mamie Dunne 

Second " Mary O'Connell 

Third " Kittie McGrath 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

SECOND CLASS. 

Gold Medal Rose O'Brien 

First Premium Edna Burks 

Second " Rose Gillespie 

Third " Aggie Keefe 

THIRD CLASS-First Division. 

First Premium M. Montgomery, M. ODonnell 

' Second " Nellie Cahill 



ST. xatier's academy. 



45 



THIRD GRADE. 

Kittie Maher Promoted 

Lucy Brennan , 

Carrie Combs 

Mary Marble 

.losie O'Brien 

Maud Cleary 

.lulia Ryan 

Lucy Dorney 

Edna Spies .• , 

Mary Quinlan 

Carrie Goodman , 

Kose Coda 

Nettie Traynor , 

Elizabeth Granger 

Emma Hartman 

Susie Wells 

Mabel Courtney 

Lillie Meehan 

S( iphia Bergeron , 

Minnie Nichols 

Agnes Woods 

Mary Joy 

Blanche Sherwood 

SECOND GRADE. 

Ernestine Le Due Promoted 

Lizzie Duddleston 

Nellie O'Hara 

Esther Prindeville 

Annie Coins 

Mamie Leahy 

Maggie Cotton 

Bessie Cudahy 

Frances Boyles 

Katie Hallowed 

Alice Crisp 

Nellie O'Brien 

Amelia Franky 

Kittie Boss 

Lizzie Scanlon 

Lulu Iluiihes 

Ilattie Isham 

Kittie Ryan 

Mary Montague 

Lulu O'Brien 

Maria Bonfield 

Maude Hayken 

Mary Lamb 

Ursula Murphy 

Maggie Slumps 

Annie Canty 

Rose Foote 

Blanche Deloulme 

May Maher 

Mamie Cleary 

Emma Irish 

Maude Dixon 



Ex.Av. 



89 
83 
81 
81 
74 
83 
79 
75 
75 
78 
67 
75 
74 
70 
76 
77 
80 
69 
70 
72 
70 
73 
80 



Schol. 
Av. 



88 
86 
85 
84 
81 
80 
80 
79 
79 
84 
70 
81 
77 
74 
80 
80 
84 
74 
73 
'74 
73 
73 
85 



Dep. 



100 
94 

100 
83 

100 
90 

100 
83 
98 
98 

100 
86 
95 
78 
90 
88 
80 
80 
90 
80 
80 
75 
95 



88 


89 


80 


84 


89 


90 


84 


89 


95 


80 


87 


95 


80 


87 


95 


80 


86 


98 


80 


87 


90 


81 


88 


95 


80 


89 


95 


83 


88 


97 


83 


88 


. 85 


80 


87 


75 


85 


90 


97 


88 


91 


99 


87 


90 


96 


81 


80 


90 


81 


bO 


70 


80 


88 


75 


75 


80 


95 


80 


90 


100 


75 


80 


60 


80 


85 


96 


85 


85 


87 


85 


95 


100 


80 


85 


90 


85 


93 


99 


85 


95 


100 


80 


90 


95 


75 


87 


90 


75 


85 


65 


70 


75 


80 


60 


65 


70 



FIRST GRADE. 

Nellie Whelan 

Katie Gallagher 

Annie Quigley 

Mary Barnett 

Louise Barnett 

Gracie Hayes 

Lottie Jordan 

Jennie Worden 

Minnie Goodwin 

Mary Scanlon 

Blanche Eisendrath 

Mamie Slumps 

Sarah Eoote 

Mamie McMahon 

May Holoway 

Florence Baine 

Jessie Foster 

Mamie Mix 

Leontine Meyers 

Mary Canty 

MagLne Powers 

Mamie Finucane 

Josie Moss 

Lillie Moran , 

Dai.-}^ Ilolton 

Nellie Neville 

Minnie Foster 

Mollie Barnett , 

Corinna JMcMiillen 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


87 


88 


99 


99 


85 


87 


100 


99 


85 


87 


85 


80 


85 


87 


90 


100 


85 


86 


85 


100 


84 


86 


95 


95 


84 


85 


85 


90 


Absent 


85 


95 


97 


( i 


85 


99 


100 


84 


85 


95 


95 


81 


83 


99 


100 


80 


82 


99 


100 


84 


85 


100 


100 


83 


84 


100 


100 


84 


85 


95 


98 


83 


84 


100 


100 


Absent 


84 


100 


100 


( i 


83 


95 


98 


tt 


83 


100 


100 


83 


84 


75 


80 


83 


84 


95 


98 ! 


82 


83 


100 


98 


82 


83 


100 


100 


81 


82 


100 


100 


80 


81 


80 


75 


80 


81 


95 


90 


Absent 


82 


95 


90 


" 


82 


98 


95 


" 


81 


85 


90 









i 


1 

AVERAGES FOR 


SECONl 


) SESSION. 

ENT. 


GRADUATING 


DEPARTM 


FOURTH YEAR. 
Evelyn Excell 


Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Obs.of 
Rule. 


96 
95 
95 
93 
93 

94 
93 
91 

90 

95 
90 

89 
89 
88 
86 
89 
84 
84 

83 
72 


97 
64 
96 
95 
96 

95 
64 
96 
93 

89 
89 
90 

88 
88 
87 
88 
86 
84 

84 
83 


100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

100 

98 

100 

100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
IcO 
100 
90 

90 
100 
lOit 
100 


95 
95 
95 
95 
95 

98 
95 

98 
90 

86 

95 
100 

95 
100 

94 

95 

80 

88 

89 

95 , 
95 

100 


Tessie Kelly 


Mary Kent ; 


Laura JVIoakley •. 


Nellie O'Brien . . 


THIRD YEAR. 

Kalie Mnrpliy 

' Maggie Coyle 

Lizzie ^McLaughlin 


. . . .Promoted 


Mary Walsh 

SECOND YEAR. 

1 Rose O'Brien 

Rose Gillespie 

Alice Higgins 


* ( 

. . . .Promoted 


Kittle Bradley " 

Edna Burks " 


Agsiie Keefe '• 


j Lillie Sandmeier " 


Lizzie Cudahy " 

]\Iary Murphy " 

FIRST YEAR. 
Kitlie Welsh 


Laura Sandmeier 


Hauna Sweeney 


Mary Sheehv 




86 






i GRAMMAR 


DEPARTMENT. 




i 


EIGHTH GRADE. 

Elizabeth Gadbois 

Clara Cudahy 

Mary O'Conner 


. . .Promoted 

t i 


Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Obs.of' 
Rule. 

100 ! 
100 

80 
100 
100 

88 

90 

80 


93 
91 
91 
90 
90 
90 
89 
89 


93 
93 
91 
92 
93 
93 
93 
93 


100 
100 

95 
100 
10(1 

96 
100 
100 


Alice Mahon . " 


Lizzie Bardon. . " 


Tessie Bardon " 



EIGHTH GRADEr-Continued. 

Mary Enriffht Promoted 

Nellie Calitll 

Almy Aliern " 

Mary Spies " 

Victoria Walsh 

Susie Allyn 

Mary O'Donnell 

Nellie Walsh 



SEVENTH GRADE. 

Mage;ie Cusack. . . .*. Promoted 

Ida Thomas 

Emma Mann " 

Jennie Hagan " 

Mamie Dunne " 

Bessie Clearj- " 

Annie Kenny " 

Rose Meehan " 

Mamie O'llara 

Dolores Whiting 

Mary O'Connell 

Edith Miller 

Irene Foster 

Kittle McGrath 

Lucy Considine ". . 

Lucile Robinson 



SIXTH GRADE. 

Marie Stearns Promoted 

Belle McNiflf 

Veronica Miu'phy " 

Lizzie Brcnnan " 

Masigie Murphy " 

Celia Cudahy 

Eleanor Morgan " 

Mary Smith 

Abbie O'Donnell 

Georgie Considine 

Katie Dalton 

Kittle Lannon 

Maggie Bowen .... 

Susie Lichtenstadt 

Jennie Brennan 

Annie Sandmeier 

Agnes Kelly 

Macy Foote 

Jennie Walsh 

ilary Fitzgerald 



FIFTH GRADE. 

Annie Taylor Promoted 

Kittie Cremer " 

Josie Hay ken " 

Lena Bisby " 

Maria Bergeron " 

Mary Barrett " 

Mattie Horner " 

Maud Sweetnam " 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


1 
Dep. 


Obs.of 
Rule. 


89 


87 


100 


80 


89 


87 


100 


80 


88 


86 


96 


90 


86 


90 


100 


84 


92 


39 


100 


100 


87 


89 


100 


86 


85 


88 


100 


90 


84 


88 


98 


99 


90 


94 


100 


90 


88 


93 


98 


85 


88 


93 


100 


100 


85 


92 


98 


100 


84 


90 


100 


80 


83 


91 


100 


90 


83 


90 


80 


80 


83 


89 


100 


85 


86 


90 


100 


100 


88 


90 


100 


98 


83 


86 


100 


95 


81 


90 


100 


90 


80 


90 


100 


100 


75 


85 


100 


97 


68 


85 


80 


60 






100 
90 


100 
75 


90 


90 


88 


89 


100 


100 


85 


93 


100 


100 


85 


84 


75 


60 


84 


88 


100 


95 


84 


89 


100 


95 


83 


84 


100 


90 


83 


85 


90 


80 


81 


85 


100 


80 


80 


83 


75 


60 i 


7« 


80 


100 


85 


79 


80 


90 


75 


79 


83 


80 


85 ' 


78 


80 


75 


75 


78 


79 


100 


85 


78 


80 


100 


100 


78 


82 


100 


100 


Absent 


80 


100 


85 


1 1 


78 


70 


75 


t i 


80 


100 


85 


91 


94 


100 


100 


89 


93 


100 


100 


87 


92 


90 


93 


86 


87 


90 


87 


85 


89 


100 


100 


86 


93 


100 


100 ■ 


85 


89 


87 


80 


84 


86 


100 


100 



ST. xayier's academy. 41 



FRENCH. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie Cudahy 

Second " Maria Bergeron 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " Georgie Considine 

Third " Lucy Considine 

SILK EMBROIDERY. 

First Premium Annie Oakum 

KENSINGTON. 

Premium Sadie Mertage 

Tapestry Rebecca Goldschmidt 

Arrasene Annie Kenny 

PLAIN SEWING. 

Gold Medals C. Cudaby, M. Spies 

First Premium M. Cusack, E. Gadbois, M. O'Donnell, J. Hagan 

Second " M. Horner, K. Cleary, S. Licbtenstadt, A. Taylor 

Tbird " L. Meeban, M. O'Conner, L. Bardon 

NEATNESS. 

M. Enrigbt, K. Bradley, K. Walsb, M. Dunne, M. Montgomery, J. Hagan, 

M. Murpby, E. Burks, A. Coins, B. Cudaby, G. Haj^es, M. Maber, 

J. Foster, M. Goodwin, N. Ryan, N. Neville. 



AVKRAOES 



FOR 



Examination, Scholarship, Deportnjent, 



AND 



OBSERTA]:srCE OF RULE. 



FIRST SESSION 



GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 



FOURTH YEAR 

Evelj^u Excell 

Tessie K(41y 

Mary Kent 

Laura Moakley 

Nellie O'Brien 

THIRD YEAR. 

Katie ^Miirpliy 

]\Iagc;ie Coyle 

Lizzie McLaughlin 

Mary Walsh. T 

SECOND YEAR. 

Rose O'Bric'ti 

Alice Higgins 

Rose Gillespie 

Edna Burks 

Annie Beaupre 

Katie Hastings 

Kittie Bradley 

Lizzie Cudahy 

Mary Murphy 

Stella Bontiefd 

A-ggie Keefe 

Lillie Sandmeier 

Aggie Traynor 

IMary Cudahy 

Nellie Conley 

FIRST YEAR. 

Kittie Welsh 

Julia Cleary 

Ada Boyles 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


96 


97 


100 


98 


95 


96 


100 


100 


98 


96 


100 


100 


90 


94 


100 


100 


90 


96 


100 


98 


93 


95 


100 


• 98 


92 


95 


100 


100 


91 


94 


100 


100 


90 


91 


100 


94 


91 


89 


100 


87 


90 


89 


100 


100 


89 


89 


100 


96 


88 


89 


100 


100 


88 


88 


100 


88 


86 


81 


100 


85 


85 


86 


100 


90 


85 


87 


100 


80 


84 


81 


100 


89 


84 


81 


89 


83 


83 


87 


100 


95 


83 


88 


100 


96 


79 


80 


89 


83 


Absent 


90 


100 


81) 


i i 


95 


100 


80 


79 


83 


90 


88 


78 


81 


100 


87 ! 


Absent 


70 


60 


50 i 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



43 



GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. 



EIGHTH GRADE. 

Laura Sandmeier Promoted 

Clara Cudaliy 

Lizzie Bardon 

Fioreuce Dean 

Tessie Bardon 

Alice Mahon 

Nellie Walsh 

]\Iary ]\rontgoniery 

Elizabeth Gadbois 

Nellie Cahill 

Mary O'Conner 

]\Iary Spies 

Mary Enright 

Almy Ahern 

Victoria Walsh 

]\Iary Fahey 

Sadie Mertage 

Jessie Hannum 

IVIamie Wagner 

Mattie Mertage 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

Mary O'Donnell Promoted 

Susie Allyn " 

jVIaggie Cusack 

Rose Mehan 

Jennie Hagan ." 

Ida Thomas 

Emma Mann 

Mamie Dunne 

Bessie Cleary 

Annie Kenny 

Kittle McGrath 

Aggie Healy 

Mary Daly 

Dolores Whiting 

SIXTH GRADE. 

Mary O'Hara Pi'omoted 

Lucv Considine " 

Edith Miller .'. . 

Irene Foster " 

Lizzie Brennan 

Veronica Murphy -. 

Maggie Murphy 

Marie Steai-ns 

Celia C'udahy 

Maggie Bowen 

Katie Dalton 

Eleanor Ilorgan 

Mary Smith 

Mary Foote 

Snsie Lichtenstadt 

Mary Fitzgerald 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


84 


90 


98 


86 


93 


85 


85 


91 


96 


85 


90 


93 


85 


93 


85 


85 


90 


100 


84 


90 


96 


i 84 


90 


100 


83 


89 


100 


83 


88 


80 


83 


88 


80 


83 


89 


85 


80 


87 


80 


80 


83 


85 


80 


84 


100 


Absent 


90 


87 


i ( 


85 


95 


( ( 


88 


95 


{ i 


88 


91 


1 1 


83 


98 


84 


88 


100 


84 


89 


99 


81 


89 


100 


77 


83 


100 


76 


87 


96 


76 


86 


90 


75 


87 


100 


75 


87 


100 


75 


86 


96 


74 


81 


96 


70 


80 


100 


Absent 


83 


95 


i I 


.83 


100 


i i 


83 


100 


88 


89 


100 


84 


78 


75 


83 


85 


100 


83 


85 


95 


83 


85 


80 


83 


89 


100 


83 


83 


100 


83 


85 


95 


83 


85 


100 


77 


80 


95 


74 


80 


100 


73 


83 


100 


73 


79 


80 


73 


79 


90 


71 


75 


90 


71 


79 


100 



Obs. of 
Rule. 

100 

98 
100 

96 
100 
100 

95 
100 
100 

98 

93 
100 

95 

96 
100 

95 
100 
100 
100 
100 



91 
96 
95 

85 

83 

86 i 

95 

87 

90 

85 

94 

89 
100 
100 

100 

70 
100 

99 

70 
100 

95 

80 

95 

75 

88 

90 

75 

70 

70 

85 



44 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMT. 



8IXTH GRADE— Continued. 



Annie Delaney . . . 
Annie Sandmeier . 
Katie Lannon . . . . 
Belle McNiff . ._. . . 
Georgie Considiue 
Abbie O'Donnell. . 
Annie de Campi . . 
Jennie Brennan . . 

Agnes Kelly 

Jennie "Walsh 

Dora Ilariis 



FIFTH GKADE. 



Jnsie Hayken 

Mamie Bariet' . . . . 
Florence Lloyd. . . 
Katie Kremer . . . . 
Isabel Russell .... 
Fannie Spencer. . . 

Annie Taylor 

Mary O'Sliea 

flattie Horner . . . . 

Kiltie Cleary 

Minnie Bender. . . . 
Allie Callahan . . . . 

Ottie Philippi 

Lena Bi>by 

]\Iaria Bergeron. . . 
Minnie Markham . 

Cecelia Eaton 

Matilda Lavaron. . 
]\Iary Edwards. . . . 

Jtnnie Lvinn 

Lillie Coulter 

Eugenia Lloyd . . . 

Sadie Levi 

Jennie Kryder. . . . 
Dora Licbteustadt 
Maud Sweet nam. . 
May Putnam 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


71 


79 


71 • 


75 


69 


80 


68 


80 


68 


79 


62 


75 


61 


75 


Absent 


71) 


i i 


82 


" 


81 


( ( 


85 


86 


87 


83 


88 


82 


85 


81 


86 


81 


89 


78 


87 


77 


91 


76 


86 


76 


86 


76 


88 


72 


89 


71 


86 


71 


87 


71 


86 


71 


88 



Dep. 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



70 
69 
68 
68 
68 
67 
Absent 



86 
b'6 
80 
80 
80 
86 
82 
80 
85 
87 
85 
80 



80 

100 

90 

100 

75 

80 

75 

101) 

100 

80 

75 



95 

100 

90 

100 

90 

95 

100 

90 

88 

92 

80 

95 

88 

100 

100 

90 

88 

90 

85 

100 

70 

85 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 



70 

100 

85 

100 

70 

70 

75 

85 

100 

75 

75 



87 

95 

80 

100 

90 

80 

100 

95 

85 

95 

80 

80 

84 

82 

100 

83 

85 

80 

80 

100 

80 

70 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



FOURTH GRADE, 

Elva Beaupre 

Maggie Hunt 

Lulu Heissler 

Nannie Brown , 

Annie Hudson 

3Iary Burns 

Maud Sherwood • , 

Lillie Fallon 

"Winnie Skidmore 

Annie Finucane 

Jennie Keaue 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


84 


87 


97 


81 


90 


88 


83 


87 


94 


81 


91 


97 


82 


81 


97 


79 


81 


84 


82 


88 


75 


75 


87 


61 


74 


80 


50 


73 


89 


89 


Absent 


85 


100 



Obs. of 
Rule. 

92 

83 
88 
98 
97 
83 
68 
60 
50 
89 
99 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



49 



FIFTH GRADE-Continued. 

Mary O'Shea •. Promoted 

Mary Mooney 

Matilda Lavarou 

Isabel Russell " 

Kittie Cleary 

Fannie Spencer 

Minnie Markhani 

Ottie Philippi 

Allie Callahan 

Mary Edwards 

Jennie Liinn , 

Eugene Lloyd 

Florence Lloyd 

Jennie Kryder , 

Sadie Levi 

Cecelia Eaton 

Minnie Bender 



Ex.Av. 


Schol . 
Av. 


Dep. 


84 


88 


90 


84 


88 


87 


83 


84 


85 


88 


88 


75 


83 


88 


95 


81 


89 


90 


80 


86 


85 


79 


86 


87 


78 


87 


89 


74 


83 


80 


69 


84 


95 


Absent 


83 


85 




87 


89 




85 


100 




85 


100 




82 


89 




84 


70 



Ohs. ofi 
Rule. 

90 

86 

75 

78 

80 

85 

80 

80 

80 

70 

90- 

80 

85 
100 
100 

80 

60 



PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 



FOURTH GRADE. 

Macc'ie Hunt Pronnjted 

Liliie Tryber '. . 

Elva Beaupre " 

Annie Hudson " 

Haltie Nolan 

Annie Finucaue • ' 

Lulu Heissler " 

Nannie Brown 

Maud Sherwood . . .- " 

Mary Buins " 

Jennie Keane 

Katie Maher 

Winnie Skidmore 

Bertha Lewinsohn 



Ex.Av. 



THIRD GRADE. 

Lucy Breunan Promoted 

Josie O'Brien 

Mary Marbl-^ 

May Quinlan 

Mai lie Courtney 

Carrie Combs 

Mamie Joy " 

Julia R3^atJ 

Edna Spies " 

Lucy Dorney 

Liliie Meehan 

Gracie Lewis 

Mary Nir'hols 

Sophia Bergeron 

Agnes Woods 

Rose Coda " 

Ernestine Le Due 



93 
91 
90 
90 
90 
88 
87 
87 
87 
85 
70 
68 
82 



94 
93 
92 
92 
91 
90 
90 
89 
87 
88 
86 
86 
86 
86 
85 
88 
84 



Schol. 
Av. 



Dep. 



95 
92 

92 
93 

92 
90 
91 
90 

88 
86 
89 

87 
85 
83 



93 
93 
92 
91 
93 
94 
89 
81 
89 
90 
88 
88 
88 
88 
87 
91 
88 



70 
95 

90 
90 

100 
80 
83 
85 
60 
80 
100 
100 
60 
91 



93 

inO 
80 

100 
75 

100 
78 

100 
97 
80 
85 
88 
80 



60 

80 



Obs. of, 
Rule. 



70 
94 

87 
85 
95 
80 
88 
80 
50 
83 
100 
95 
50 
90 



80 
95 
70 

100 
78 

100 
70 

100 
95 
85 
75 
80 
80 
90 
80 
65 
80 



50 



ST. xayier's academy. 



THIRD GRADE-Continued. 

Blanche Sherwood 

Emma Hartman 

Elizabeth Granger 

Susie Wells 

Nettie Traynor 

Maud Cleary 

SECOND GRADE. 

Katie Holowa_v Promoted 

Alice Crisp . . . . ; 

Frances Boylos 

Nellie O'Hara 

Amelia Franky " 

Julia Nelligan 

Annie Keau 

E.sther Prindiville 

Nellie O'Brien 

Mamie Leahy - " 

Annie Coins " 

Maggie (Cotton 

Mollie Lewinsohn 

Nellie Mulverhill 

Juliette Piquenard 

Lizzie Duddleston 

Bessie Cudahy 

SECOND DIVISION OF SECOND GRADE. 

Katie Ross Promoted 

Hattie Tsham ; 

Josie Williams 

Maud Hayken 

Maria Bontield 

Mary Nelligan 

Mary Montague " 

Katie O'Brien 

Annie ilcNamara , 

Annie Washburn 

Lulu O'Brien 

Katie Ryan 

Lottie Scanlon 

Lulu Hughes ,. 

Julia Cudahy , 

Tessie Gilday 

Lottie Nelligan .• 

FIRST GRADE. 

Rose Foote Promoted 

Jennie Worden " 

Blanche Deloulme " 

Ursula Murphy " 

Annie Canty " 

Maggie Slumps " 

IVIamie Lamb " 

Emma Irish " 

Nellie Whelan 

Mary Barnett 

Lottie Jordan 

Grade Hayes 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Absent 


92 


100 


•i ( 


92 


95 


I < 


88 


85 


I < 


87 


100 


tt 


85 


75 


i t 


90 


80 


95 


92 


95 


95 


84 


97 


94 


89 


95 


83 


88 


92 


93 


90 


92 


92 


84 


98 


92 


84 


98 


87 


83 


80 


85 


80 


82 


85 


91 


96 


84 


86 


90 


75 


85 


92 


71 


78 


86 


Absent 


78 


95 


ti 


70 


89 


( t 


85 


98 


1 1 


83 


93 


\)\ 


90 


100 


Jl 


85 


85 


91 


91 


85 


90 


" 89 


97 


87 


■85 


80 


85 


90 


95 


84 


87 


100 


84 


84 


80 


79 


80 


84 


75 


78 


83 


70 


82 


100 


G5 


79 


85 


Absent 


86^ 
84* 


83 


i i 


95 


i i 


86 


100 


" 


83 


90 


t i 


84 


86 


90 


85 


100 


90 


85 


90 


90 


86 


95 


89 


85 


100 


88 


86 


95 


86 


84 


98 


85 


84 


90 


85 


84 


90 


84 


84 


99 


82 


85 


99 


80 


82 


80 


78 


80 


99 



lObs. of 
Rule. 



97 
90 
90 
95 
70 
80 



99 
99 
99 
92 
96 
99 
98 
75 
75 
96 
88 
94 
94 
97 
83 
98 
94 



100 
80 
94 
90 
80 
98 
99 
88 
90 
80 

100 
83 
78 
73 
95 
90 
85 



100 

85 

100 

100 

96 

100 

80 

98 

100 

99 

84 

97 



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FIRST 

Louise Barnett 

Mary Maher 

Maude Dixon 

Mamie Cleary 

Katie Gallagher. . . . 
Annie Quigley 



GRADE— Continued . 



SECOND DIVISION OF FIRST GRADE. 

Sarah Foote Promoted 

Mary McMahon 

Florence Bane " 

Mary Scaulon " 

Blanche Eisendrath " 

Mary Stumps " 

Mamie Mix 

Aggie Wells 

Katie Hickey 

Jessie Foster 

Mamie Goodwin : 

May Holoway 

Lillie Moran 



THIRD DIVISION OF FIRST GRADE. 



Mamie Canty 

Mamie Finucane . . . 
Maggie Powers . . . . 
Corinna McMullen. 
Lucy Deloulme. . . . 

Josie Bragg , 

Georgie McWhater 
Minnie Foster ...... 

Nellie Ryan 

Nellie Neville 

Gertie Brown 

Ida Franky 

Gertie Barton 

Fannie Ottley 

Josie Moss 

Daisy Holton 

Mamie Cudahy . . . . 



Ex.Av 



75 
75 
74 
70 



86 
86 

85 
85 
85 
84 
81 
79 
78 
78 
78 



85 
85 
84 
84 
79 
78 
78 
77 
77 
79 
77 
76 
76 
75 
Absent 



Schol. 
Av. 



80 
80 
79 
75 
80 
83 



93 

89 
90 
85 
90 
93 
80 
78 
75 
81 
79 
85 



70 
65 
90 
90 
75 
70 
68 
80 
70 
81 
80 
75 
70 
68 
68 
68 
68 



Dep. 

95 
95 
80 
80 
99 
95 

98 
100 

95 

87 

95 

95 

90 
100 

90 
100 

95 

95 

90 



80 
85 
95 
85 
98 

100 
75 
90 
95 
85 
98 

■95 
65 
90 
90 
90 

100 



Obs. of 
Rule. 

98 
97 
70 
85 
97 
96 



100 

100 
98 
90 
95 
98 
87 

100 
80 

100 
98 
90 
90 



87 
90 
06 
83 
100 
100 
72 
93 
98 
87 
98 
99 
70 
90 
90 
90 
90 



RULES FOR THE BOARDERS. 



The pupils should remember that in an institution of this kind it would be 
impossible to preserve order without well-established rules; and when these 
rules are once understood, each young lady shovild consider it her duty, not 
only to ol)serve them strictly, but also to aid her companions in doing the 
same, thereby rendering a most acceptable assistance to her teachers, whose 
greatest pleasure among them will be derived from their assiduity in this 
respect. 

1st. The tirst and most important rule concerns their religious duties, 
which all will be required to attend punctually. 

2d. Strict silence nuist be observed in all places, except during the time 
allowed for recreation in the room appointed for that purpose; but even dur- 
ing the liours set apart for recreation it is never permitted in the halls or on 
the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave tlie recreation hall, or any room in which 
all are assembled, without permission from the presiding Sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose of safe 
keeping it is deposited in the hands of the treasurer; also all jewelry, except 
a breast-pin, pair of ear-rings and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once in two 
weeks. 

7th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to exclude 
all others, or become remarkable; on the contrary, all should try to be sociable 
and kind, as members of one family circle, especially toward new pupils. 

8th. During the recreation hours no work is permitted that will prevent 
the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the mind and 
preparing it for future study. 

9th. No books brought to the Academy by the pupils can be read without 
submitting them for inspection to tlieir teacher. Letters are also subject to 
the inspection of the Directress. 

10th. No visits allowed except at the appointed times, viz: Wednesday 
afternoon and Sunday. Pupils who wish to give no trouble should be par- 
ticular to notify their friends of this arrangement. 

lltli. Personal neatness and a particular care of books, toilet articles, 
wearing apparel, etc , must be carefully attended to, as nothing like a slovenly 
appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is careless in this respect 
must expect to lose all good marks as well as the respect of her teachers and 
companions. 

12th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms during 
the hours given tliem for practice, neither should they speak in those rooms. 

13th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room during school or recreation 



CATALOGUE OF PUPILS 



OF 



Saint Xavier's Academy, 



CH IC AGO 



FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 1884-85. 



CHICAGO: 
DONOHUE, HENNEBERRY & CO., Printers. 

1885. 



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PROSPECTUS 



OF 



SAINT lAYIER'S ACADEMY. 



CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF MERCY, 



This Institution, first opened in 1846, is now permanently located on the 
corner of Wabtish avenue and Twenty -ninth street, about three miles from the 
center of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious and well 
adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected with the 
various sleeping apartments, and the entire building is heated by steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to health, and 
those parents and guardians who have patronized the Academy during the 
past j'ears, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation which 
exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy enjoys 
all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to secure 
order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of five months each, the 
first session commencing on the first of September; the second on the first of 
February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at Christmas, when 
pupils are permitted to visit their parents if they desire it. If residents of the 
city, they are permitted to do so once a month — generally the first Sunday of 
the month, unless deprived of this privilege for non-observance of rule. 

"Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or friends; 
visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since study is necessarily 
interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the super- 
vision of the Directress. 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no case leave (as 
js sometimes the practice), just before the close of the year, without serious 
damage to their standing, besides forfeiting prizes. 

No deduction is made for the first two or last two weeks of a term, nor for 
absence, except in cases of protracted sickness. 

As the practice of leaving just before the close of the year is a serious 
damage to the interests of the Institution, any pupil does so at the risk of her 
good standing. 

Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention consistent 



ST XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



with the spirit of a mild but firm government, is paid to the comfort of the 
young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is taken to nour- 
ish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion which alone can 
render education profitable. No undue influence ^« exercised over the religious 
opinions of non-Catholic pupils; however, for the sake of order, all are required 
to conform to the external discipline of the Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to parents 
and guardians. • 

At the Annual Distribution of Premiums, those who have given evidence 
of polite and amiable deportment, are crowned by the Most Reverend Arch- 
bishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and useful 
education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composition, History 
and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed each pupil for Plain 
and Ornamental Needle-work. 

Graduating Medals are conferred 07i those only who take the full Academic 
Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the year, their session always com- 
mencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness, and all that constitutes lady- 
like deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who may be 
found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the latter 
the Academy is opened at eight o'clock. 

Recitation commences at nine o'clock precisely, and continues until three 
o'clock p. m , with an intermission of three quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion, depends in 
a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they should never be 
encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except in case of illness. Parents 
should also see that they attend to evening study while at home, as it is useless 
to expect perfect recitation without private stud}'. 

No young lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation hours, 
except in extraordinary cases. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

FIRST YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Word and sentence method from chart and panorama; also first 
reader. 

Writing: Name of pupil and place of residence on slate. Name of 
teacher and school. Copy from chart and book. 

Arithmetic: Counting forward and backward by I's, 2's, 5's and lO's to 
100; by 3's and 4's to 48; by 6's and 8's to 24. The signs, +, — , X, -^, =, 
$, and the use of them. Learn to read and write one period of figures. 
Addition and subtraction tables on board from 1 to 5. Addition on slate and 
board. Roman numerals. 

Music: Learn to recognize and sing the tones " Do," " Mi," " Sol" (1, 3, 
5 of a key); the upper octave of "Do" and "Mi," and the lower octave of 
"Sol" and "Mi." Practice these from manual signs, from the modulator, 
from the Tonic Sol-fa notation and from the staff. Rer^ognize and produce 
the strong and weak accents, and the simpiest ai visions of time, viz: the beat, 
half-beat, two-part and three part measure. As supplementary work, from 
eight to twelve simple songs to be learned by rote during the year. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, first series of Calkins'. Bright's language 
lessons to seventh topic. Use of period and interrogation mark. Politeness. 

SECOND YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Second reader. Before commencing to read, all difficult words 
pronounced correctly and meaning given. A short sketch of the lesson given 
from memory. 

Writing: The spelling lesson written on slate. Copying from board or 
book. Short sentences containing certain words given by teacher. Use of 
pencil on paper. Short letters to be written first on slates. 

Spelling: Oral and written from reader, after which the speller to page 50. 

Arithmetic: Addition and subtraction tables in mental arithmetic from 
5 to 10 with analysis on same pages. Multiplication table and analysis to 5's. 
In practical arithmetic, iiddition and subtraction completed. Multiplication to 
three figures in multiplii r. Read and write three periods of figures. Counting 
by 2's, 3's and 9's to 100. 

Music: Review work of first year. In addition to tones already learned, to 
recognize and produce the tones " Re " and " Si," and practice as in first year. 
The last term of this year the remaining tones of the scale, "La" and "Fa," 
may be studied. Introduce four part measure, one and one-half beat tones, 
quarter-beat tones, and rests corresponding to all the above tone lengths. The 
songs for this year shall for the most part be included in the above lessons, 
rather than to be learned by rote. 



ST. XATIER S ACADEMY. 



Miscellaneous: Phonic analysis. Object lessons, first and second series. 
Language lessons, first grade reviewed and completed. Time by the clock. 
Divisions of time. Colors. Politeness. 

THIRD YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half of third reader with meaning of difficult words. 

Writing: Commence copy-book. Short letters once a week. 

SpelTvING: Primarj' speller to page 86, oral and written. 

Christian Doctrine: For Catholics only. First lessons with explanations. 

Geography: Primary to page 32, with globe. 

Arithmetic: In the mental, multiplication tables with analysis completed. 
Division tables and analysis. Review addition and subtraction. Complete 
multiplication. Short division. Read and write four periods of figures. 

Music: Review with great care the work of the first and second j'cars. 
Learn to pitch tunes in different keys by the use of a C pitch-pipe or tuning- 
fork The songs for this year shall all be taught as music reading lessons. 

Drawing: Books one and two. Blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series. Language lessons, second 
grade. Abbreviations. Use of comma. Divisions of time. Use of Tellurian. 
Politeness. 

FOURTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading : Third reader completed. Occasional sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Short letters. Composition of about one dozen 
lines once a week. 

Spelling: From page 86 to 109. 

Arithmetic: Multiplication and division tal)les. Division to fractions. 
Review multiplication. Read and write five periods of figures. 

Geography: Primary completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Continuation of Catechism with explanations. 

Music: After review, introduce six part measure, three-quarter and quarter- 
beat tones, and increasing difficulties in time and tune. 

Drawing: Books three and four: also blackboard drawing. 

MiscELLANEOi's: Object lessons, third series reviewed. Language, second 
grade reviewed. Oral grammar. Politeness. 

FIFTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

• 

Reading: First half fourth reader. Sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Compositions on given subjects. Letter writing 
every two weeks. . 

Spelling: First half gi-ammar school speller to page 45. 

Arithmetic: Mental (Progressive) to page 43. Practical, review least 
common multiple and greatest common divisor, going on to division of frac- 
tions. Read and write five periods. 

Geography: Intermediate to United States. Map of North America. 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



Grammar: To page 67. Parsing nouns, pronouns and adjectives. Anal- 
ysis of short sentences. 

Music: Learn to recognize and trace modulations to different keys, and to 
acquire the ability to pass from one key to another without instrumental aid. 

Drawing: Book five, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed, and one half of 
fourth. Language lessons, third grade. Abbreviations. Tellurian. Roman 
numerals. Punctuation marks. Politeness. 

SIXTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Fourth reader completed, together with supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copj'^-book. Letter writing every two weeks. Composition 
every week on topics designated by the teacher. 

Spelling: Grammar school speller, from page 45 to 70. Dictation.- 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic to page 67. Practical arithmetic. 
Promiscuous in fractious. Decimals to compoimd numbers. Read and write 
six periods. 

Geography: To South America. Map of United States. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: Descriptive part, to page 69, including fine print and parsing. 
Analysis of simple sentences, and first two rules of syntax. 

Music: A thorough practice on all the above, with still greater difficulties 
In tvine, time and part singing. 

Drawing: Book six, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fourth series. Tellurian. Language les- 
sons, fourth and fifth grades. Abbreviations. Roman numerals. Politeness. 

SEVENTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fifth reader. Supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Composition every week. Letters every two weeks. 

Spelleng: From page 70 to 100. Dictation. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic, from page 67 to 100. Practical 
arithmetic. Compound numbers. 

Geography: From South America through. Map of South America, Asia 
and Illinois. 

Grammar: From page 67 to 128; also, to rule ten in syntax. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

History: United States, first half, to Revolution. Bible history, Old 
Testament. 

Music: Compound measures. Minor scales and key. 

Drawing: Book seven, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fifth series. Tellurian. Abbreviations. 
Language lessons, sixth and seventh grades. 

EIGHTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Last half of fifth reader, with supplementary reading. 
Writing: Copy-book. Composition, weekly. Letters, bi-weekly. 
Spelling: From page 100 to 180. Dictation. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Arithmetic: Intellectual, from page 87 to 113. Practical arithmetic. 
Percentage to discount. 

Geography: Map of Europe, Africa and Palestine. 

Grammar: Completed. 

History: United States, completed. Bible history, completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism, completed. 

Music: First principles of harmony. 

Drawing: Book eight, with blackb:)ard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, sixth series. Language lessons, eighth 
grade. Tellurian. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth reader, first half. Supplementary sight reading. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's Catechism, with explanations. 

Writing: Copj'-book, copies set by teacher. Letters bi-weekly. 

Etymology: Word analysis, first half. 

Arithmetic: Discount, insurance, ratio and proportion, alligation, involu- 
tion and evolution. Intellectual, through to miscellaneous. 

Physical Geography: General historj^ first half. Familiar science. 

Rhetoric: To versification, and composition every week. French and 
German optional. 

Music: Review of the past, with chorus singing. Instrumental music op- 
tional; also, private vocal lessons. 

Drawing: Krusi's method, book nine, with object drawing. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth completed. Sight reading from histories. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Writing: From copies by teacher on board. 

Etymology: Completed. Test words from speller. 

Arithmetic: Complete arithmetic finished. Review of intellectual. 

Algebra: First half. 

General History: Completed. 

Rhetoric: Completed. 

Physiology: French and German optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. luaiiumental and private vocal lessons optional. 

Drawing: Book ten, with object drawing. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Reading: Historical and literary, from classical authors. 

Writing: Plain and ornamental, from board. 

Arithmetic: Review complete arithmetic. 

Algebra: Last half, Avith selections from University algebra. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Bookkeeping. 

Literature: English, complete. 

Botany; Rhetoric and History x-eviewed. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Composition and Epistolary Correspondence: Alternately every week. 
Civil Government, Political Economy: French and German optional. 
Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons optional. 
Drawing: Book eleven, with sketching from nature. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

Reading: Philosophical and political. 
Writing: Plain and ornamental, from board. 
Geometry and Trigonometry. 
Epistolary Composition and Essay Writing. 
Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's completed. 

Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, Zoology, Geology, Mythology, 
Chemistry. French, German and Latin optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons optional. 
Drawing: Book twelve, with sketching from nature. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS FOLLOWS: 

5+ o'clock. Rise. 

6 J " Morning Prayers and Mass. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by recreation. 

8 " Study. 

9 ' ' Recitation in respective class rooms, 
llf " Dinner and recreation. 

12i " Study. 

1 ' ' Mathematics. 

2 " Plain sewing, penmanship, etc. 
4 " Luncheon and recreation. 

4| " Study lessons for next day. 
6 " Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics). 
Gi " Recreation. 

8 ' ' Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective dormitories 
for the night. 



Studies will be resumed the First Monday in September, cmd 
no yoimg lady who is not then in attendance toill be allowed to 
compete for the Deportment Medal. 



10 ST. xavier's academy. 



I]SrSTEUME]^TAL MUSIC. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 
Bejer's Instructor— Five-flngei- exercises, Jousse's Musical Catechism. 

First Division. 
Instructor and Catechism continued, major and minor scales, similar and contrary 
motion, Czerny's Easy Studies, occasional pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 
Plaidy's Technical Studies commenced, major and minor scales in thirds, sixths, 
catechism, Lemoine's J uvenile Studies— first book, easy sonatas. 

First Division. 

Plaidy's Technical Studies, catechism and scales, Lemoine's Juvenile Studies- 
second book, sonatas and pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Lemoine's Juvenile Studies— second book, Czerny's and Heller's Etudes, selections 
from Leybach, Gottschalk, etc., thorough-bass, catechism. 

First Division. 

Cramer's Studies — first book, selections from Chopin, Weber, Schumann, Beetho- 
ven's easier sonatas, etc. Harmony (Weitzman's Manual), history of music com- 
menced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 

Cramer's Studies continued, Beethoven's sonatas, Liszt's rhapsodies, Chopin's polo- 
naise, etc., Weitzman's Manual of Harmony, history of music continued. 



VOCAL MUSIC. 



Scale singing, intervals, easy pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Fifty Lessons, minor and chromatic scales, ballads, Abt's exercises. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Twenty-five Lessons, selections from Rossini, Verdi, Donizetti, etc. 
All are expected to attend class-singing, which is free. Private vocal lessons, how- 



ST. xatier's academy. 11 



TKRIVES. 

(FOR BOARDERS.) 
Per Session of Fiae Months, in Advance. 

Board and Tuition, in English and Music $150 

Languages, each 10 

Oil Painting 35 

Water color - - 25 

Crayon 25 

Harp - - 40 

Guitar 30 

Vocal lessons and Harmony, each - 30 

Washing 5 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more sisters at 
the same time. 

Books, stationery, etc. , are furnished at the usual retail prices, but never an 
credit. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, suitable 
for each season. Toilet articles, six towels, four table-napkins, a knife and 
fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, napkin-ring, two yards of carpeting or a rug, and 
two yards black net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 

TKRNIS. 

(FOR DAY SCHOLARS.) 
Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

ACADEMIC department. 

English Branches - $15 

Music - 15 

Use of Piano 5 

Painting for the Pupils 15 

Painting for those who do not attend school 25 

Crayon for those who do not attend school 25 

Crayon for Pupils 15 

Drawing - 5 

Guitar - - 15 

Vocal lessons and Harmony, each 15 

intermediate department. 

English Branches for Juveniles $10 

English Branches for Minims 5 



Catalogue of Pupils. 

From September, 1884, to June, 1885. 



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Ahem, Alma Chicago, 111. 

Allyn, Susie 

Arnold, Amanda 

Armitage, Mercedes ** " 

Ayres, Katie St. Louis, Mo. 

Bardon, 'I'essie Chicago, 111. 

Bardon, Lizzie " " 

Barnett, Mamie " " 

Barrett, Mary " " 

Bane, Florence " " 

Beaupre, Elva De Kalb, " 

Beresin, Mary Chicago, " 

Bergeron, Maria Tucker, '' 

Bergeron, Soplii;i " " 

Bisby, Lena St. Charles, '' 

Blish, Lizzie Chicago, '•' 

Blish, Lulu 

Bonfield, Maria " 

Botham, Florence " *' 

Bowen, Maggie " " 

Boyles, Ada " 

Boyles, Frances 

Bradbury, Maggie Kankakee, 

Bradbury, Josie '' " 

Brennan, Lizzie Chicago, 111. 

Brennan, Lucy " *' 

Brennan, Jennie '^' " 

Brigham, Susie " " 

Brown, Gertie Milwaukee, Wis. 

Brown, Nannie Chicago, 111. 

Burns, Mary '* '* 

Burns, Maggie ** " 

Burns, Rosie *' " 

Burton, Gertie 

Butler, Naomi Louisville, Ky. 

Byron, Maggie Chicago, 111. 

Byron, Mamie " '' 

Cahill, Nellie *' " 

Callahan, Alice 



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Cleary, Bessie Chicago, 111 

Cleary, Kittie. 
Cleary, Maude. 
Cleary, Mamie. 
Clinnin, Annie 
Coda, Eose. . . . 
Cody, Mary . . . 

Combs, Carrie Hyde Park, 

Coins, Annie Chicago, 

Conley, Mamie 
Considine, Lucy 



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Convey, Sibbie Kankakee, 

Convey, Carrie 

Cotter, Nellie Chicago, " 

Cotton, Maggie " " 

Cowan, Kittie 

Courtney, Mabel 

Countryman, Euth 

Crispe, Alice 

Cudahy, Lizzie 

Cuduhy, Clare 

Cudahy, Celia 

Cudahy, Bessie 

Cusack, Maggie 

Daly, Maggie 

Dalton, Katie 

Dascombe, Florence Denver, Col 

Dean, Florence Lexington, Ohio 

DeNio, Hattie Harvard, 111 

Deloulme, Blanche Chicago, 

Deloulme, Lucille '*' 

Delaney, Annie. 

Diesterweg, Jennie LaSalle, 

Dineen, Maggie Streator, 

Jjixon, Maude Chicago, 

Donivan, Florence 

Drum, Cassie Oakland, Cal. 

Duddleston, Lizzie Chicago, 111. 

Dunne, Mamie " " 

Edgell, Kittie 

Edson, Gracie 

Edson, Minnie 

Edwards, Mary 

E^an, Mary 

Egan, Nellie 

Eisendrath, Blanche " " 

Enright, Mary " " 

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Falter, Emma Chicago, 111 

Finucane, Annie " " 

Finucane, Mamie '*' " 

Fitzgerald, Susie " ** 

Fitzpatrick, Susie 
Foote, Mamie . . . 

Foote, Rosie 

Foote, Sarah *' " 

Foster, Irene " "■ 

Foster, Mamie. 
Foster, Jessie. . 
Friendly, Amy 

Fuller, Minnie Fullersburg, 

Gadbois, Elizabetii Tucker, 

Gallagher, Katie Chicago, 

Gillespie, Rose. 
Gillespie, Lucy. 
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Greene, Julia Chicago, 

Hagan, Jennie 
Hagan, Agnes, 

Harding, Alice Evanston, " 

Hastings, Kittie Chicago, " 

Hayes, Gracie " " 

Heissler, Lulu 

Heidweyer, Flora 
Herrick, Eva. . . . 
Hickev, Kittie. . . 
Higgins, Alice. . . 
Higgins, Mamie.. 

Hildman, Lena McHenry, " 

Horgan, Eleanor Chicago, " 

Horner, Mattie " " 

Horzfeld, Gertie 

Hudson, Annie " " 

Hudson, Mamie '' " 

Hughes, Louise " " 

Hunt, Pearl 

Irish, Emma 

Isham, Hattie " 

Jackson, Gertrude Niobrara, Neb 

Jackson, Ida " " 

Jordan, Lottie Chicago, 111 

Joy, Mamie " " 

Joy, Maggie 

Jones. Frances " ' " 



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Katz, Belle Chicago, 111. 

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Katz, Maude 

Kelly, Agnes 

Kellogg, Mary 

Kent, Katie 

Kenny, Annie 

Keane, Annie 

Keane, Jennie " 

Lamb, Mamie 

Lannon, Katie 

Lavaron, Matilda 

Lavaron, Leonic 

Leahy, Maude 

Leahy, Mamie 

Lefevre, Clemence 

Lew.is, Gracie 

Lewmsohn, Berth;i 

Lewinsohn, Moll ie 

Lichtenstadt, Susie 

Lichtenstadt, Dora 

Lincoln, Alice 

Links, Lottie 

Maher, Katie 

Maher, May 

Maher, Koxie 

Mann, Emma 

Marble, Mary 

Mars, Lillian 

McDermott, Kittie 

McDonald, Annie 

McDonald, Kittie • " 

McGrath, Maggie Springfield, 

McGrath, Kittie Argyle, Wis 

McGrath, Annie " 

McKinnis, Josie Chicago, 111 

McNiff, Belle 

McMullin, Corritie 

McWhaters, Georgie 

Meehan, Lillie 

Milgie, Josie " " 

Milnamow, Kittir Courtland, •' 

Milnamow, Lizzie " " 

Murphy, Mary Chicago, 

Murphy, Katie 

Murphy, Ellen Wilmington, '*' 

Murphy, Maggie Chicago, " 

Murphy, Veronica " " 

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Montgomery, Mary Hudson, Mich 

Montague, Mamie Chicago, 111 

Moran, Minnie " 

Myron, Annie " 

Neville, Nellie " 

Newett, Eosie " 

Nolan, Hattie ♦* 

O'Brien, Eose " 

O'Brien, Mary 

O'Brien, Josie *' 

O'Brien, Lulu 

O'Brien, Nellie 

O'Connell, Mary 

O'Conner, Mary ** 

O'Donnell, Mary " 

O'Donnell, Abbie " 

O'Hara, Mary " 

O'Hara, Nellie 

O'Neil, Mollie " 

Patch, Ehoda " 

Payne, Edna " 

Ph'ilippi, Ottie " 

Pierce, Belle '* 

Powers, Maggie '' 

Prescott, Mabel " 

Quinlan, Mary " 

Eay, Dottie " 

Eager, Wren " 

Eelyea, Minnie '' 

Eichmond, Olive " 

Eivard, Leonie Bourbonnais, 

Eivard, Mary " 

Eoss, Katie Chicago, 

Eussell, Isabel " 

Eussell, Florence " 

Eyan, Katie ** 

Eyan, Julia " 

Eyan, Nellie " 

Eyan, Mary Lincoln, 

Eymal, Birdie Chicago, 

Sandmeier, Lillie " 

Sandmeier, Laura " 

Sandmeier, Annie ' ** 

Savoie, Mary " 

Sanders, Mollie *' 

Schutt, Helena ** 

Sbannon, Alice ** 



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Sherwood, Maude 

Sherwood, Mabel 

Sheridan, Agnes 

Sheridan, Fannie " 

Shields, Carrie " '' 

Sincere, Lillie " '* 

Simpson, Ella 

Snow, Olive , 

Slattery, Minnie Ivesdale, 

Stringer, Mary Chicago, 

Strauss, Sarah 

Stearns, Marie " 

Straus, Sadie " 

Strauss, Hattie " " 

Steele, Mamie : " 

Stapleton, Mamie " " 

Spies, Edna . " " 

Smith, Mary " '* 

Smith, Lizzie " " 

Stafford, Mary Davenport, Iowa, 

Sweeny, Hannah Harvard, HI 

Swanson, Lottie Chicago, " 

Sweetnam, Maude " " 

Taylor, Annie " " 

Thomas, Lavinia " '* 

Thomas, Edith • '' *' 

Traynor, Nettie 

Towne, Julia Harvard, 

Tracy, Virginia New York, N. Y 

Tryber, Lillie Chicago, 111 

Walsh, Mary " " 

Walsh, Nellie. . , " '« 

Walsh, Victoria " " 

Walsh, Gertie " '< 

Walls, Steenie " " 

Wall, Agnes " " 

Walter, Cora Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Wheeler, Blanche Chicago, 111, 

Whelan, Nellie " " 

Whiting, Dolores " '' 

Williams, Josie <' *' 

Williamson, Tillie " " 

Wilcox, Addie '' " 

Woods, Agnes " '* 



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F. Boyles, 




' R. Gillespie, 






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PREMIUMS 



READING. 



FIRST CLASS 

Gold Medal Kittie Bradley 

Second Premium Alice Higgins 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premimn N, Walsh, N. Cahill 

Second " Tessie Bardon 

Third " Sibbie Convey 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. Hagan, M. O'Hara 

Second " M. Dunne, E. Mann 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Celia Cudahy 

Second " V. Murphy, L. Considine 

Third " M. Stearns, M. Murphy 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Cora Walter 

Second " M. Barrett, K. Dalton 

Third " KittieCleary 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium V. Tracey, M. Brown 

Second " Annie Hudson 

Third " Agnes Hagan 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lucy Brennan 

Second " Jennie Keane 

Third " E. Paine, C. Combs, M. Quinlan 

THIRD GRADE-A. 

First Premium Frances Boyles 

Second " A. Coins, H . Strauss 

Third " A. Keane, M. Leahy 

THIRD GRADE— B. 

First Premium K. Ross, M. Bonfield 

Second " Hattie Isham 

SECOND GRADE-A. 

First Premium E. Simpson, U. Murphy 

Second " M. Dixon, B. Eisendrath 

Third " Birdie Rymal 



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SECOND GRADE— B. 

First Premium Mamie Cleary 

Second " Oli^e Suow 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium J- Bradbury, T. Garmeson 

Second " L"cy Gillespie 

PENMANSHIP. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

Gold Pencil Mary Walsh 

Second Premium Katie Muri^hy 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Alice Higgins 

Second " R. O'Brien, K. Hastings 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium May O'Conner 

Second " Xellie Cahill 

Third " Cassie Drum 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium V. Walsh, M. Cusack 

Second " B. Cleary, E. Murphy 

SEVENTH GRADE 

First Premium M. O'Connell, L. Brennan 

Second " L. Rivard, L. Hildman 

Third " S. Fitzpatrick, C. Convey 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Rivard 

Second " S Lichtenstadt, I. Russell 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Hattie Nolan 

Second " A. Callahan, M. Edwards 

Third " Annie Finucane 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Sophia Bergeron 

Second " M. Courtney, M. ^Marble 

Third " Edna Spies 

THIRD GRADE.— A. 

First Premium Annie Coins 

Second " Nellie O'Hara 

Third " Frances Boyles 

THIRD GRADE.-B. 

First Premium K. Ross, B. Cudahy 

Second " Nellie Egan 

SECOND GRADE.— A. 

First Premium Katie Ryan 

Second " Mary A. Barrett 



32 ST. xavier's academy. 



SECOND GRADE.-B. 

First Premium ]\ramie 3Iix 

Second " Florence Dascombe 

GRAMMAR. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Cusack, E. ^Murphy 

Second " J. Murph}^ 31. Dinneen 

Third " M. Dunne, 31. Stringer 

SEVENTH GRADE. | 

First Premium L. Rivard, V. ]\rurphy 

Second " Lena Hildman 

Third " Carrie Convey 

SIXTH GRADE. i 

First Premium 3Iary Smith 

Second " Gertie Walsh 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Tryber, P. Hunt 

Second " L. Heissler, Y. Tracey 

ETYMOLOGY. 

First Premium Gertrude Jackson 

Second " ^lary O'Conner 

Third " • Nellie Cahill 

ORTHOGRAPHY. | 

EIGHTH GRADE. I 

First Premium A. McGralh, M. O'Donnell 

Second " ^I- Stringer, L. Sincere 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium V. 3Iurphy, M. Stearns, M. Ryan 

Second " L. Considine, M. O'Counell, L. Rivard 

Third " B. McNifl, L. Brennan 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Barrett, M. Foote j 

Second " ^I- Sanders, J. Brennan •. 

Third " Sarah Strauss 

FIFTH GRADE. j 

First Premium LiHie Tryber I 

Second " L- Heissler. O. Richmond 

Third " Agnes Sheridan j 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium J- O'Brien, F. Heidweier 

Second " Katie Maher 

Third " ^I- Cleary, E. Paine 



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THIRD GRADE— A. 

First Premium Annie McDonald 

Second " Nellie O'Hara 

Third " Nellie O'Brien 

THIRD GRADE— B. 

First Premium Mamie Higgins 

Second " Efiie Evoy 

SECOND GRADE— A. 

First Premium Nellie Whelan 

Second " Nellie Savie 

SECOND GRADE— B. 

First Premium Lottie Links 

Second " Sarah Foote 

FIRS r GRADE. 

First Premium Florence Russell 

Second " A. Lincoln, N. Neville 

MATHEMATICS— ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium L. Milnamow, K. jMilnamow 

Second " L. Cudahy, R. O'Brien 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium J. Murphy, C. Cudahy, E. Gadbois 

Second " E. Falter, L. Sandmeier 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium V. Murphy, M. Ryan 

Second " S. Fitzpatrick, E. Horgan 

Third !' C. Cudahy, M. Stearns 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium M. Hornef, H. Schutt 

Second " M. Sanders, M. Lavarron 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium L. Heissler, P. Hunt 

Second " Josie Milgie 

Third " Annie Finucane 

SIXTH CLASS. 

First Premium Lulu Blish 

Second " Gracie Lewis 

Third " Mary Quinlan 

SEVEjSTH CLASS- a. 

First Premium Maggie Burns 

Second " 3Lamie Leahy 

Third " Nettie Traynor 

SEVENTH CLASS-B. 

First Premium. '. Josie Williams 

Second " Mollie Lewinsohn 



34 ST. xavier's academy. 



EIGHTH CLASS— ^A.. 

First Premium F. Bane, L. O'Brien 

Second " Katie Kj an 

EIGHTH CLASS-B. 

i First Premium Jessie Foster 

Second " Minnie Goodwin 

EIGHTH CLASS-C. 

First Premium J. Bragg, G. Brown 

Second " Annie Shannon 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium L. ]MiInamow, K. ]MiInamow 

Second M. Murphy, L. Cudah}' 

GEOMETRY AND TRIGNOMETRY. 

Premium Kittie Murphy 

GENERAL HISTORY. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium K. Bradley. K. Hastings 

Second " R. O'Brien, 31. 3Iurphy 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Julia Greene 

Second " : Tessie Bardon 

Third " Sibbie Convey 

UNITED STATES HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

Gold 3IedaK Maggie Cusack 

First Premium 31. Diuneen, E. 3Iann 

Second " I. Foster, 31. Dunne 

Third " Annie 3IcGrath 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Y. 3riuphy, 31. Ryan 

Second " L. Brennan, 31. Stearns 

Third " C. Cudahy, L. Hildman 

COMPOSITION. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium A. Higgins, K. Bradley 

Second " R. O'Brien, L. Cudahy 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Rose Gillespie 

Second " ; 3Iary 3Iontgomery 

Third " Nellie Walsh 



ST. xavier's academy. 35 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium V. Walsh, J. Murphy 

Second " E . Murphy, .J. Hagan 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. O'Connell, S. Fitzpatrick 

Second " L. Rivard, L. Brennan 

Third " M. Stearns, V. Murphy 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Cora Walter 

Second " Mary Stapleton 

Third " G. Considine, O . Philippi 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Brown, H. Nolan 

Second " Alice Callahan 

Third " Agnes Hagan 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mabel Courtney 

Second " E. Spies, A. Woods 

Third " C. Combs, L. Meehan 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Frances Boyles 

Second " 3Iaggie Burns 

Third " Hattie Strauss 

BIBLE HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium B. Cleary, A. Kenny 

Second " M. O'Hara, M. O'Donnell 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium B. McNiff, L. Brennan 

Second " L. Considine, E. llorgan 

Third " C. Convey, C. Cudahy 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

GRADUATING CLASS. 

Gold 3Iedal Kittle Murphy 

Second Premium ^lary Walsh 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Alice Higgins 

Second " Mary Murphy 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium C. Drum, R. Gillespie 

Second " Alma Ahern 

Third " Julia Greene 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Stringer, M. Dunne 

Second " .J. Hagan. A. McGrath 



36 ST. xavier's acadejiy. 



SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Murphy, C. Cuclahy 

Second " E. Horgan, M. Ryan 

TJiird " M. O'Connell, L. Hildman 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium K. Dalton 

Second " L. Blish 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. 3Iilgie, J. Ryan 

Second " Mary Burns 

TJiird " ■ Annie 3Iyron 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Katie ]\Iaher 

Second " J. O'Brien, A. Woods 

Third " Lulu Blish 

I THIRD GRADE— A. 

First Premium Francis Boyles 

Second " Annie Coins 

Third " Annie McDonald 

THIRD GRADE-B. 

First Premium L. Duddleston, R. Foote 

Second " Mamie Montague 

SECOND GRADE— A. 

First Premium ^lay ^laher 

Second " Emma Irish 

SECOND GRADE-B. 

First Premium 3Iaggie Bradbury 

i Second " ]Mary Burns 

GEOGRAPHY. 

! SEVENTH GRADE. j 

j First Premium Y. Murphy, L. Rivard 

Second " C. Convey. 31. Ryan 

, Third " L. Hildman, E. Horgan , 

! SIXTH GRADE. | 

First Premium 3Iary Smith 

Second " C. Katz, K. Kent 

Third " Annie Sandmeier 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium P. Hunt, A. Hagan 

Second " Agnes Sheridan 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lucy Brennan 

Second " Jennie Keane 

Third " Mollie O'Xeil 



ST. xavier's academy. 37 



THIRD GRADE— A. 

First Premium Annie ]McDonald 

Second " Nellie O'Brien 

Tliird " A. Kean, N. Trayuor 

THIRD GRADE-B. 

First Premium Edith Thomas 

Second " Mamie Lamb 

Third " Mamie Higgins 

MAP-DRAWING. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium E. ^Murphy, E. Falter 

Second " M. O'Donnell, A. Kenny 

Third " Irene Foster 

SEVENTH GRADE 

First Premium L. Considine, 31. O'Connell, C. Convey 

Second " B. McNiflf, E. Horgan, M. Stearns 

Third " L. Breunan, L. Rivard 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Smith 

Second " Gerlie Wali^h 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lillie Tryber 

Second " Hattie Nolan 

Third " Olive Ric hmond 

ASTRONOMY. 

GRADUATES. 

First Premium 3Iary Walsh 

Second " Kittie ]\Iurphy 

LITERATURE. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Kittie Bradley 

Second " M. Murphy, K. ^[ilnamow 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium L. Cudahy, L. Milnamow 

Second " K. Hastings, K. Milnamow 

ZOOLOGY. 

GRADUATES. 

First Premium Kittie Murphy 

Second " Mary AN'als-h 



38 ST. xayier's academy. 



RHETORIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium K. Hastings, K. Bradlej' 

Second " L. Cudaliy, 31. Murphy 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Elizabetli Gadbois 

Second " Alma Ahern 

Third " Clara Cudahy 

PHYSIOLOGY. I 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Cassie Dnmi 

Second " Laiira Sandmeier 

Third " Mary Enright 

CHEMISTRY. 

First Premium M. Walsh, K. Murphy 

Second R. O'Brien, L. Milnamow 

PHILOSOPHY. 

GRADUATES. 

First Premium ]Mary Walsh 

Second " Kitty ^lurphy 

MUSIC. 

VOCAL. 

First Premium . . Mary Edwards 

Second " M. Walsh, M. Slattery 

INSTRUMENTAL-FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium M. O'Hara, ]\r. Slattery 

Second " M. Murphy, C. Drum, 31. Steel 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium M. O'Conner, S. Lichtenstadt, G. Jackson 

Second " B. Katz, M. Plorner, E. Falter 

Third " M. O'Connell, L. Sandmeier, H. Schutt 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium M. Stearns, N. O'Hara 

Second " Eleanor Ilorgan 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium S. Convej', L . Tryber 

Second " .L. Brennan, C. Convey 

Third " G Considine, M. Smith 

FOURTH CLASS-SECOND DIVISION. 

First Premium j\Iabel Courtney 

Second " Nannie Brown 



ST. XAVIER'S ACADEirS". 39 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium I. Jackson, R. Foole 

Second " Maude Dixon 

HARMONY. 

Premium Mary O'Hara 

GUITAR. 

First Premium G. Jaclcson, C. Drum 

Second " Nellie Walsh 

PAINTING. 

First Premium Mary Enright 

Second " Kittie Hastings 

DRAWING. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Leonie Rivard 

Third " K. Murphy, Mary Rivard 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Cassie Drum 

Second " Nellie Cahill 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium ." .E. Falter, A. Kenny 

Second " Y. Walsh, B. Cleary 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

Fu'st Premium C. Cudahy, L. Brennan 

Second " V. Murphy, L. Hildman 

Third " C. Convey, B. McNiff 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Gertie Walsh 

Second " Mary Smith 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Hattie Nolan 

Second " Annie Hudson 

Third " Annie Myron 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lucy Brennan 

Second " Gracie Lewis 

Third " S. Bergeron, A. Woods 

THIRD GRADE— A. 

First Premium Frances Boyles 

Second " Annie Coins 

Third " Nellie O'Hara 



40 ST XAVIER S ACADEMY. 

THIRD GRADE— B. 

First Premium J. Williams, M. Cotton 

Stcond " Bessie Cudaby 

SECOND GRADE. 

First Premium .Ida Jackson 

Second " - Ella Simpson 

GERMAN. 

First Premium L. Hildman, L. Sincere 

Second " Emma Falter 

Tiiird " ... .Louisa Heissler 

FRENCH. 

First Premium C. Drum, M. Stearns 

Second " V. Tracey, H. Schutt 

EMBROIDERY. 

Gold Medal Belle Katz 

Chenille Embroidery Rose Gillespie 

PLAIN SEWING. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Kittle Miluamow 

First Premium Lizzie ^lilnamow 

Second " Kittie Bradley 

SECOND CLASS. 

Gold Medal Mary O'Doniiell 

First Premium J. Hagan, N. Cabill 

FOR SOLID READING. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium C. Drum 

Second " E. Gadbois 

Third " M. Montgomery 



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FIRST SESSION 



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FOURTH TEAR. 

Kittie Murphy 

Mary \Yalsh 

THIRD YEAR. 

Alice Iliffgins 

Lizzie ^lilnamow 

Kittie Bradley 

Rose O'Brien. 

Mary Murphy 

Lizzie Cudahy 

Kittie Hastings 

Kittie Milnamow 

SECOND YEAR. 

Gertrude Jackson 

Cassie Drum 

Elizabeth Gadbois 

FIRST YEAR. 

Mary Montgomery 

Mary O'Conner 

Laura Sandnieier 

Clara Cudahy 

Florence Dean 

Mary Enright 

Alma Ahern. . 

Nellie Cahill 

Tessie Bardon 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Ave. 


Dep. 


93 


95 


100 


92 


94 


100 


93 


91 


100 


93 


93 


100 


91 


95 


100 


91 


90 


100 


91 


91 


100 


90 


91 


100 


90 


90 


100 


90 


90 


100 


90 


91 


100 


89 


91 


100 


87 


91 


100 


84 


90 


100 


84 


83 


80 


83 


89 


100 


80 


90 


100 


80 


90 


100 


79 


88 


100 


1 1 


85 


89 


77 


84 


100 


74 


91 


100 



42 



ST. XAYIER S ACADEMY. 



GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. 



EIGHTH GRADE. 

Julia Greene 

Emma Mann 

Sibbie Convey 

Maggie Cusack. 

Ellen Murphy 

Mary O'Donnell 

Jt-nnie Murphy 

Victoiia Walsii 

Maegie Diueen 

Nellie Walsh 

Mary Stringer 

Irene Foster 

Emma Falter 

.lennie Hagan 

Annie Kenny 

Bessie Cleary 

Mary Dunne 

15elle Katz 

Annie McGrath 

Lillie Sincere 

Mary O'Hara 

Lottie Swanson 

Susie Allyn 

SEVENTH GRADE, 

Mary O'Connell 

Carrie Convey 

Maggie Daley 

Veronica Murphy 

Maggie Murphy 

Mary Ryan 

Susie Fitzpitrick 

Eleanor Horgan 

Blanche Wheeler 

Lena Ilildman. 

Lucy Considine 

Celia Cudahy 

]\Iarie Stearns 

Lizzie lirennan 

Abbie O'Donnell 

Belle iMcNifif 

Katie McGrath 

Dolores Whiting 

Minnie Fuller 

SIXTH GR.VDE. 

Jennie Dipslerweg 

:Mary Smith 

Maggie Bowen 

Leonie Rivard 

ITelene Schutt 

Mattie Horner 

Mary Barrett 

Susie Lichtenstadt 

Cora Walter 



Ex.Av 



■! ^fv!- I Dep. 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



94 
93 
92 

90 
90 
90 
89 
89 
89 
88 
87 
86 ' 
85 
84 
83 
83 
82 
82 
82 
80 
Absent 



83 
82 
82 
81 
80 
^"0 
79 
78 
77 
77 
77 
75 
74 
74 
73 
Absent 



91 
89 
93 
92 
91 
85 
89 
88 
84 
85 
86 
85 
78 
84 
79 
79 
81 
81 
81 
79 
88 
83 
91 



84 
87 
80 
87 
80 
80 
85 
78 
84 
80 
80 
81 
84 
83 
70 
83 



100 

inO 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

99 

100 

99 

99 

100 

95 

91 

89 

95 

97 

100 

100 

96 

100 

100 

100 

95 

100 

100 

100 

95 

100 

100 

90 

85 

100 

75 

90 

95 

70 

85 

100 



.< 


81 


100 


t ( 


83 


100 


f( 


81 


100 


86 


f-b 


90 


86 


86 


82 


86 


86 


82 


85 


85 


87 


85 


83 


83 


83 


85 


85 


82 


. 85 


98 


82 


83 


80 


80 


84 


98 



93 
100 
100 
1(0 
90 
93 
100 
86 
83 
77 
75 
89 
62 
60 
60 
60 
65 
97 
100 
63 
90 
93 
90 



75 

100 

90 

100 

75 

90 

90 

75 

60 

100 

60 

65 

75 

63 

62 

100 

100 

lUO 

100 



So 
82 
82 
86 
83 
65 
98 
60 
97 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



SIXTH GRADE— Continued. 




Jennie Brennan. . . 

Katie Kent 

Katie Lannon .... 

Mary Foote 

Mary Sanders 

Lena Bisby , 

Georgie Considine. 

Sarah Strauss 

Annie Sandmeyer. . 

Katie Dalton 

Mathilda Lavaron. 

Isabel Russell 

Katie Cleary 

Gertie Walsh.. 

Annie Delauey 

Annie Taylor 

Mary Cai-roll 

Agnes Kelly 

Maria Bergeron . . . . 
Wren Rager 



FIFTH GRADE. 

Mary Rivard Promoted 

Celia Katz 

Carrie Shields 

Ottie Philippi 

Lizzie Blisb " 

Mary Stapleton 

Pearl Hunt 

Hatlie Nolan 

Elva Beaupre 

Louise Heissler 

Lillie Tryber 

Josephine Milgie 

Nannie Brown 

Agnes Hagan 

Allie Callahan * 

Mary Edwards 

Agues Sberidan 

Annie Hudson 

Kittle Ayres 

Annie Finucane 

Mar}' Burns 

Belle Pierce 

Ollie Richmond 

Clemence Le Fevre 

Dora Lichtenstadt 

Rosie Newitt 

Maud Sherwood 



FOURTH GRADE. 

Virginia Tracey Promoted, 

Mary Cody 

Bertha Lewinsohn " 

Julia Ryan " 

Lucy Brennan 

Katy Maher 

Fannie Sheridan 



80 
79 
79 
79 
78 
76 
75 
74 
74 
73 
73 
71 
70 
70 
70 
Absent 



92 
91 

89 

88 
87 
86 
85 
83 
83 
80 
80 
78 



77 
75 
75 
75 
73 
70 
70 
69 

Absent 



91 
90 

87 
86 
85 
84 
81 



80 

85 
so 



81 
80 
84 
80 
80 
80 
80 
83 
75 
75 
73 
82 
70 
86 
80 
80 



74 

93 
91 

88 
86 
90 

83 
83 



82 
80 
83 
80 
83 
85 
50 
95 
83 
87 
66 
70 
80 
87 
55 
90 
95 
9S 
100 
98 



95 


100 


92 


100 


89 


90 


77 


80 


84 


100 


89 


100 


85 


85 


82 


85 


76 


85 


74 


83 


74 


90 


75 


100 


79 


93 


68 


H3 


78 


90 


81 


80 


80 


100 


80 


96 


74 


75 


75 


83 


64 


82 


62 


83 


75 


100 


63 


89 


80 


100 



40 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



44 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



FOURTH GRADE— Continued. 

Edna Spies 

Lizzie Smith 

Frances Jones 

Mary Joy 

Grade Lewis 

Lulu Bllsh 

Josie O'Brien 

Mary Mnrble 

Agnes Woods 

Lizzie Meelian 

Mnbel Courtney 

Addie AViicox 

Mary Ann Quinlan 

Carrie Combs 

Nellie Cotter 

Jennie Keane 

Rosie Cody 

THIRD GRADE. 

Frances Boyles 

Alice Crispe 

Nellie O'Hara 

Annie McDonald 

Nettie Traynor 

Annie Coins 

Man)ie J^eahy 

Hattie Strauss 

Nellie O'Brien 

Maggie Burns 

Annie Keane 

]\[aud Cleary 

SECOND GRADE. — A. 

Lizzie Duddlestone Promoted, 

Bessie Cudahy '. " 

Josie Williams " 

Katie Ross " ^ 

Mamie Higgins " 

Maggie Cotton " 

Mollie Lewinsohn '• 

Hattie Ishani 

Mamie Montague 

]Maria Bon field " 

Alarj' Lamb " 

'Shxry Kelloug " 

EffieEvoy.^ 

Minnie Relyea " 

Sadie Sirauss " 

Lulu Hughes " 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

Ursula Murphy Promoted 

Rosie Foote 

Katie Rj'au " 

Lulu O'Brien 

May Maher 

Nellie Whelan " 

Blanche Deloulme " 



Ex.Av. 



78 
76 
76 
75 
75 
75 
73 
71 
70 
69 
69 
65 
64 
Absent 



90 

«4 
83 
80 
75 
73 
70 
65 
63 
63 
Absent 



93 
93 
91 
91 
90 
90 
89 
87 
85 
84 
83 
83 
83 
83 
Absent 



88 
87 
86 
84 
83 
83 
83 



Schol. 
Av. 



88 
85 
83 
83 
89 
90 
83 
83 
83 
81 
88 
81 
78 
95 
85 
91 
84 

93 
93 

94 

85 
83 
85 
90 
84 
90 
91 
85 
85 

94 
94 

94 
94 
93 
93 

90 
90 
90 
90 
89 
89 
88 
85 
80 
80 



90 

88 

88 
86 

85 
84 
84 



Dcp. 

100 

100 

95 

95 

95 

100 

100 

80 

90 

100 

94 

80 

100 

100 

95 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

96 

80 

100 

100 

95 

90 

100 

90 



100 
95 

100 

100 
95 

100 
90 
85 

100 
90 
90 
80 

100 
80 
SO 

100 



100 
100 

85 
100 

95 
100 
100 



Obs. ofi 
Rule. 



90 
95 
85 
65 
60 
99 
93 
60 
60 
97 
60 
68 
100 
100 
87 
100 
85 



100 

100 

9 

86 

80 

80 

98 

98 

95 

90 

100 



100 

90 
100 
100 

60 

95 

85 

60 
100 

60 

89 

70 
100 

60 

75 i 
100 



90 
100 

80 
100 

90 
100 
100 



ST. XATIER S ACADEMY 



SECOND GRADE — B — Continued. 

Emma Irish Promoted . 

Blanche Eisendrath " 

Mary Barnett " 

Maud Dixon " 

EHa Simpson " 

Narj' Savoie " 

Florence Bane " 

Gracie Hayes " 

Mary Beresin " 

Katie Gallagher " 

Ida Jackson " 

Tillie Williameu 

Agnes Walls 

FIRST GRADE. 

Jessie Foster 

Sarah Foote 

Minnie Goodwin 

Lottie Jordan 

Olive Snow 

Mamie Cleary 

Corinne ^IcMullin 

Maggie Bradbury 

Kiltie Hickey 

Gertie Brown 

Maggie Powers 

Minnie Foster , . . . 

Lucile Deloulme 

Josie Bradbury 

Maggie Joy 

Florence Kus-.ell 

Josie Bragg , 

Minnie Moran 

Trixie Garmison 

Maude Katz 

Amanda Arnold • 

Gracie Edson 

Georgia McWaters 

Gertie Burton 

Mamie Finucane 

Nellie Neville 

Nonie Mix 

Mabel Prescott , 

Kitiie Edgell 

Aggie Clinnin 

Nellie Ryan 

Mabel Sherwood 

Roxie Maher 

Lillian Maher 



Ex.Av, 



81 
81 
80 
80 
80 
81 
81 
80 
81 
80 
80 
Absent 



90 

88 
87 
87 
86 
85 
85 
84 
83 
88 
82 
82 
82 
81 
81 
81 
80 
80 
80 
75 
74 
Absent 



Sohol. 
Av. 


Dep. * 


83 


85 


88 


100 


83 


100 


80 


70 


80 


100 


80 


100 


82 


100 


80 


100 


80 


100 


80 


100 


80 


100 


80 


100 


80 


100 


90 


100 


89 


100 


89 


95 


88 


80 


88 


100 


87 


95 


86 


98 


86 


100 


85 


100 


84 


90 


84 


90 


83 


100 


83 


100 


82 


100 


80 


100 


80 


100 


80 


95 


80 


90 


79 


89 


74 


100 


70 


80 


80 


100 


89 


100 


85 


80 


80 


100 


80 


80 


80 


100 


80 


100 


85 


100 


85 


95 


85 


100 


84 


100 


85 


100 


84 


100 



AVERAGES FOR SECOND SESSION. 



GRADUATING DEPARTMENT 



FOURTH YEAR. 



Kittie ^lurphy. 
Mary Walsh . . . 



THIRD YEAR. 



Kittie Bradley . . . 
Lizzie Miluamow. 
Rose O'Brien . . . . 
Lizzie Cudaby. . . . 
Alice Hiiygiiis. . . . 
Mary Murpby. . . . 
Kittie Hastiogs. . . 
Kittie Milnamow. , 



Ex.Av 



SECOND YEAR. 

Gertrude Jackson Promoted, 

Cassie Drum 

Julia Greene " 

Rose Gillespie " 

Elizabeth Gadbois 



FIRST YEAR. 



Clara Cudahy 

Alma Abern 

Sibbie Convey. . . . 
Laura Sandmeier. . 

Nellie Cabin 

Mary O'Conner. . . 

Mary Enright 

Nellie Walsh 

Tessie Bardon 

Florence Dean. . . . 

Amy Friendly 

Mary Montgomery 



95 
94 



93 
93 
93 

91 
90 
90 
90 
90 



91 
90 
90 

89 
89 



86 

85 
84 
83 
83 
83 
78 
76 
75 



Schol. 
Av. 



94 
94 

95 
95 
91 
94 
93 
94 
93 
93 

90 
90 
90 
90 
90 



91 

81 
83 
85 
81 
80 
80 
80 
93 
85 
50 
90 



Dep. 



100 
100 

100 
98 
98 

100 
98 

100 
98 
98 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



100 

89 

100 

100 

100 

70 

100 

90 

100 

100 

100 

100 



Obs.of 
Rule, i 



93 
93 

94 
95 

85 
85 
96 
89 
85 
95 



89 

90 

100 

100 

90 



70 
60 
95 
91 
70 
65 
60 
85 
70 
70 
90 
100 



GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. 



EIGHTH GRADE. 

Ellen Murphy Promoted. 

Maggie Cusack " 

Jennie Murpby " 

Victoria Walsh " 

Mary O'Donnell 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


93 


94 


100 


90 


93 


93 


100 


90 


93 


95 


100 


100 


93 


93 


100 


85 


91 


90 


100 


90 



ST. XATIER S ACADEJIY. 



47 



EIGHTH GRADE— Continued. 



Jennie Hagan Promoted 

Emma Mann 

Annie McGratb 

Mary Stringer 

Mary O'Ham 

Irene Foster 

Annie Kenny 

Bessie Cleary 

Mamie Dunne 

Emma Falter 

Lillie Sincere 

Mary O'Brien 

Maggie Dineen Absent 

JVCary Conley : . . 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

Veronica Murpliy Promoted. 

Leonie Rivard 

Marie Stearns 

Mary Ryan 

Mary O'Connell 

Caroline Convey 

Celia Cudahy 

Lena Hildmann 

Eleanor Horgan 

Susie Fitzpatri^k 

Lizzie Brennau 

Belle McNitt' 

Lucy Considine 

Jennie Diesterweg 

3Iinnie Fuller 

Blanche Wheeler 

Masgie Daley 

Abbie O'Donnell 



SIXTH GRADE. 

Mary Rivard Promoted. 

Cora Walter 

Susie Lichtenstadt 

Mary Smith 

Mattie Horner 

Helena Schutt 

Mary Barrett 

Moliie Sanders 

Celia Katz 

Gertie Walsh 

Maggie Bowen 

Georgie Considine 

Matilda Lavaron 

Katie Kent 

Jennie Brennan 

Annie Sandmeyer 

Mary Stapleton 

Lizzie Blish 

Katie Dalton 

Katie Cleary 

Sarah Straus 

Isabel Russell 



Ex.Av, 


Sehol. 
Av. 


90 


93 


89 


92 


89 


91 


89 


89 


88 


90 


88 


88 


87 


87 


86 


88 


86 


86 


84 


83 


Absent 


87 


82 


82 


Absent 


91 


it 


90 


92 


92 


89 


89 


! 89 


84 


1 88 


84 


87 


86 


87 


86 


86 


89 


86 


87 


86 


79 


85 


87 


85 


79 


82 


84 


80 


77 


Absent 


90 


t ( 


89 


it 


86 


.<( 


85 


I e 


80 


91 


91 


90 


89 


90 


84 


88 


86 


88 


83 


88 


88 


87 


84 


87 


81 


87 


82 


87 


85 


86 


85 


83 


78 


85 


83 


84 


88 


84 


77 


84 


80 


84 


83 


84 


82 


83 


80 


83 


75 


80 


77 


79 


75 




87 

100 

100 

100 

100 

90 

85 

90 

95 

81 

88 

100 

100 

100 

100 
90 
95 

100 
95 
75 
90 

100 
95 

100 
85 

100 
80 

100 

100 
95 

100 
90 

93 
100 
80 
85 
87 
86 
97 
85 
89 
87 
86 
58 
50 
75 
83 
80 
90 
92 
98 
80 
98 
72 



48 



ST. XAA'IER S ACADEMY. 



SIXTH 

Mary Stafford 

Mamie Foote 

Otlie Philippi 

Mary Egan 

Carrie Shields 

Lena Bisby 

Kittie Lanuon 

Wren liager 

Hattie De Nio 

Julia Towne 



GRADE— Continued. 



Ex.Av 



in 

Absent 



FIFTH GRADE. 

Pearl Hunt Promoted 

Lillie Tryber " 

Hattie Nolan 

Louisa Heissler 

Agnes Hagan " 

Alice Caliaban " 

Annie Hudson " 

Olive Richmond " 

Agnes Sheridan " 

Mary Edwards 

Nannie Brown " 

Virginia Tracy 

Annie Finucane 

Josie Milgie 

Julia Ryan 

Alice Harding 

Alice Shannon 

Annie Myron 

Mary Burns 

Gertie Harzfeld 

Belle Pierce 

Bertha Lewinsohn 

Clemena-e Lefevre 



Schol. 
Av. 



FOIKTH GKADE. 

Lucy Brennan 

Lulu Blisii 

Carrie Combs 

j\Iary Marble 

Jennie Keane 

Grace Lewis 

Kittie Maher 

IMaude Cleary 

Mabel Courtney 

Josie O'Brien 

Edua Spies 

Lillie Meehan 

Mary Ann Quinlan 

Agnes Woods 

Sophia Bergeron 

Edna Paine , 

MoHieO'Neil 

Addie AVilcox 

Lizzie Smith 

Frances Jones 

Fannie Sheridan 

Mary Joy 



. Promoted. 



9.5 
93 
92 
91 
90 
88 
85 
84 
84 
83 
83 
79 
78 



71 
73 
71 
70 



Absent 



89 
87 
86 
86 
86 
85 
84 
83 
83 
80 
79 
78 
70 
74 



,1 69 
.'Absent 



80 
80 
69 

80 

. 8,3 
80 
83 
80 
80 
83 

93 
93 

87 
88 
91 
90 
87 
88 
88 
83 
85 
78 
80 
83 
76 
78 
75 
74 
76 
88 
85 
80 
79 

93 

86 
83 
85 
83 
86 
85 
84 
85 
83 
75 
78 
71 
71 
78 
69 
65 
65 
65 
70 
80 
79 



Dep. 

80 
80 
60 
93 
83 
83 
83 
96 
90 
93 

95 

100 

85 

85 

85 

85 

90 
100 

90 

75 

85 
100 

85 
100 
100 

75 
100 

80 

85 
100 

80 
100 

83 

80 
100 

75 

75 
100 

70 

95 

85 

80 

80 

90 

90 
100 

90 

95 

90 

S3 

80 

90 

80 

93 

85 



Obs. of 
Kule. , 

80 
75 
50 
93 
83 
83 
81 
95 
90 
93 

88 
89 
53 
83 
55 
()9 
85 

100 

89 

60 

86 
100 

.S3 

98 
100 

55 
100 

79 

80 
100 

80 
100 

80 

70 
100 

70 

70 
100 

60 

70 

70 

75 

80 

90 

70 
100 

90 

70 

90 

80 

60 

80 

70 

70 

60 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEJIY. 



49 



THIRD GRADE. 

Frances Boyles Promoted . 

Annie McDonald " 

Nellie O'Hara |' 

Annie Keane 

Annie Coins " 

Maggie Burns " 

Josie Williams " 

Kittie Ross 

Nettie Traynor 

Nellie O'Brien 

JMamie Leahy 

Hattie Strauss 

Lizzie Duddleston. 

Bessie Cudaliy • 

Rosie Foote - 

3Iamie Higgins 

Effie Evoy 

3Iarie Bontield 

3Iamie Lamb 



]\[aniie Montague. 
Mollie Lewinsohn. 

Hattie Isliam 

Edith Thomas. . . . 
Maggie Cotton. . . , 

Nellie Egan 

Alice Crispe 

Minnie Relyea. . . , 
ilary Kellogg. . . . , 



SECOND GRADE— A. 



Ursula Murphy 

Katie Ryan 

Lulu O'Brien 

Florence Bane 

Ella Simpson 

Ida Jackson 

3Iary Barnett 

Nellie Whelan 

May Maher 

Mary Savoie 

Blanche Eisendrath 

3Iaud Dixon 

Emma Lish 

Gracie Hayes 

Birdie Rymal 

Blanche Deloulme . 
Katie Gallagher . . . . 
Mary Beresin 



SECON'D GRADE — B. 



^laggie Bradbury. 

Sarah Foote 

Jessie Foster 

Mamie Cleary . . . . 

Mimie Mix 

Lottie Links. . . . . 

Olive Snow 

Marj' Burns 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Kule. 


85 


89 


100 


100 


83 


86 


80 


80 


83 


89 


85 


85 


83 


87 


89 


85 


83 


89 


80 


85 


83 


85 


90 


90 


87 


89 


100 


90 


88 


88 


100 


100 


83 


86 


80 


80 


TO 


69 


85 


80 


68 


65 


80 


80 


67 


65 


80 


80 


78 


91 


95 


90 


73 


89 


100 


60 


72 


89 


100 


100 


71 


88 


85 


50 


71 


88 


95 


80 


70 


87 


80 


55 


69 


86 


85 


70 


69 


85 


85 


90 


68 


84 


75 


60 


68 


83 


70 


50 


67 


82 


100 


90 


67 


82 


90 


80 


66 


81 


100 


90 


Absent 


89 


95 


90 


t i 


80 


75 


50 


i I 


80 


50 


40 


96 


95 


100 


100 


93i 


93 


85 


60 


91 


92 


100 


100 


87 


91 


100 


90 


86 


92 


100 


100 


85 


90 


100 


98 


83 


89 


100 


100 


81 


87 


100 


100 


81 


86 


100 


90 


80 


88 


90 


• 80 


75 


89 


100 


90 


73 


85 


80 


70 


71 


84 


80 


65 


56 


83 


90 


85 


54 


82 


100 


100 


Absent 


92 


100 


100 


( ( 


89 


100 


100 


i i 


88 


100 


100 


93 


95 


100 


95 


93 


93 


100 


100 


91 


92 


100 


100 


89 


92 


75 


60 


87 
90 


89 
90 


100 
90 


90 


85 


83 


88 


90 


85 


82 


84 


89 


83 



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SECOND GRADE — B — Continued 

Florence Dascomb 

Minnie Goodwin 

Josie McKinnis 

Corinna McMuUin 

Lottie Jordan 

FIRST GRADE — A. 

Florence Russell . . 

Josie Bradbury 

Alice Lincoln 

Gertrude Brown 

Trixie Garmison 

3Ia?gie Powers 

Lucj' Gillespie 

Dottie Rny 

Kittie Hickey 

Body Patch '. 

•Josie Brajig 

]\Iinnie Foster 

Gracie Edson 

Annie Shannon 

Minnie Moran 

Nellie Neville 

Lucile Deloulme 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

Angela Cleary 

Aggie Clinnin 

Rose Burns 

Kittie Edgell 

Nonie Mix 

Florence Botham 

Lillie Shannon 

[Mabel Sherwood 

Florence Donovan 

INIaudie Katz 

Mamie Hudson 

Kittie McDermott 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


76 


80 


68 


80 


66 


78 


Absent 


85 


<< 


75 


95 


90 


90 


91 


90 


88 


87 


89 


87 


89 


85 


86 


80 


87 


80 


83 


77 


80 


77 


82 


75 


77 


70 


85 


68 


76 


65 


75 


65 


78 


60 


72 


Absent 


87 


84 


85 


83 


86 


82 


84 


80 


82 


79 


81 


78 


79 


78 


75 


76 


74 


75 


78 


Absent 


75 


( ( 


70 


( ( 


73 



Dep. 



lObs.of 
I Kvile. 



100 
85 
90 
85 
70 



100 
75 
85 
75 
90 
90 

100 
70 

100 
80 
90 

100 
90 

100 
85 
75 

100 



80 
90 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



85 
80 
84 
80 
65 



100 
60 
78 
50 
80 
80 
90 
40 
86 
70 
80 

100 
85 
90 
75 
70 

100 



70 
85 

100 
90 
90 

100 
90 
90 

100 
88 

100 

100 



RULES FOR THE BOARDERS. 



The pupils should remember that in an institution of this kind it would be 
impossible to preserve order without well-established rules; and when these 
rules are once understood, each young lady should consider it her duty, not 
only to observe them strictly, but also to aid her companions in doing the 
same, therebj- rendering a most acceptable assistance to her teachers, whose 
greatest pleasure among them will be derived from their assiduity in this 
respect. 

1st. The first and most important rule concerns their religious duties, 
which all will be required to attend punctually . 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during the time 
allowed for recreation in the room appointed for that purpose; but even during 
the hours set apart for recreation it is never permitted in the halls or on the 
stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall, or any room in which 
all are assembled, without permission from the presiding Sister. 

4th. ISTo pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose of safe 
keeping it is deposited in the hands of the treasurer; also all jexoelry, except a 
breast-pin, pair of ear-rings and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc. , is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once in two 
weeks. 

7th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to exclude all 
others, or become remarkable; on the contrary, all should try to be sociable and 
kind, as members of one family circle, especially toward new pupils. 

8lh. During the recreation hours no work is permitted that will prevent 
the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the mind and 
preparing it for future study. 

9th. No books brought to the academy by the pupils can be read without 
submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are also subject to the 
inspection of the Directress. 

10th. No visits allowed except at the appointed times, viz: Wednesday after- 
noon and Sunday. Pupils who wish to give no trouble should be particular to 
notify their friends of this arrangement. 

11th. Personal neatness and a particular care of books, toilet articles, wear- 
ing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as nothing like a slovenly ap- 
pearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is careless in this respect must 
expect to lose all good marks as well as the respect of her teachers and com- 
panions. 

13th. ]\Iusic pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms during 
the hours given them for practice, neither should they speak in those rooms. 

13th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room during school or recreation 
hours without special permission. 



CATALOGUE OF PUPILS 



OF 



Saint Xavier's Academy, 



CHICAGO. 



FOR THK ACADEMIC YEAIi 1NN3-N(;. 



CHICAGO: 
DONOHUE & HENNE15ERRY, Printers. 

1886. 



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PROSPECTUS 



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SAINT XAYIKirs ACADEMY. 



Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 



This Institution, first opened in 1S46, is now permanently located on the 
corner of Wiibasli avenue and Twenty-ninth street, al)out tliree miles from 
the center of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trinnnings. It is spacious and well 
adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected with the 
various sleeping au^rtments, and the entire l)uilding is heated 1)y steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regai'd to health, 
and those parents and guardians who have patronized the Academj- tluring 
the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation wliich 
exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained Feliruary 27, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy 
enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the counlry. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to secure 
order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of five months each, the 
first session commencing on the first of September; the second on the first of 
February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at Christmas, when 
pupils are permitted to visit their parents if thej' desire it. If residents of 
file city, they are permitted to do so oiicen nmuth — generally the first Sunday 
of the month, unless deprived of this privilege for non-observance of rule. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends; visits on other days nnist prove detrimental to pupils, since stud}' is 
necessarily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the 3'oung ladies is, nt all times, subject to tlic 
supervision of the Directress. 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no ease leave (as 
is sometimes the practice), just l)elore the close of the year, without serious 
damage to their standing, besides I'orfeiting prizes. 

No deduction is made for the first two or last two weeks of a term, nor 
foi- absence, except in cases of protracted sickness. 



ST. XAVIEK S ACADEMY. 



As the practice of leaving- just before tlie close of the year is a serious 
(himage to the interests of the Institution, any iiupildoes so at the risk of her 
good standing. 

Parents antl guardians may rest assured tliat every attention consistent 
with tlie spirit of a mild hut tirra Government, is paid to the eonifnrt of the 
young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is taken to 
nourish in their minds tliose principles of virtue and religion which alone 
can render education protitahle. 3''; 'indue iitjfuciirc «'.y c.vcrci.sed over the 
reliyioHss opinions of non-Catholic }>u])ils: lidwever, for the sake of order, <iU 
are recpured to conform to the external discipline of tlie Institution. 

^lonthlj' reports of deportment, .scholar.'^hip, etc., are forwarded to 
parents and guardians. 

At the AiHuial Distrihution of Premiums, those who have given evidence 
of polite and amiable deportment, ari' crowned by tiie Mo.st Reverend Arch- 
bishoi). 

The course of study embraces the \arious branches of a solid and useful 
education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composition, History 
and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed each ])upil for Plain 
and Ornamental Needle-work. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on tlioxc onUj who take the full Aca- 
demic Course. 

Puiiils are received at all times during the vear, their .session alwavs com- 
mencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

"Weeklv instructions are given in politeness;, and all that constitutes lady- 
like deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any jiupil wlio may 
])e found duly ((ualitied is pnmioted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the 
latter the Academy is opened at eight o'clock. 

Recitation commences at nini' o'clock [irecisely. anil continues until tliret' 
o'clock p. m., with an intermission of three-(piarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their pr(>motion, depends 
in a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they should never 
be encoiu'aged in a desire to remain .nbsent, except in (;ase of illness. Par- 
ents .should al.so see that they attend to evening .study while at home, as it is 
useless to expect perfect recitation without i)rivate study. 

No young lady is acces.sible to callers during .study or recitation hoiu's. 
except in extraordinary cases. 



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DONATIONS 



TO THE MUSEUM 



FROM 

McMt Rev. P. W. Riordan, Snn Francisco, Cal. — A tine collection of 
Marine Shells, Specimens of Quart/, Amethyst, Asbestos, Cinnal)ar, Jasper, 
Agates, Onyx, Star-fish, Petrified Wood, Gold and Silver Ore, Pure Gold 
from the Mines, Chinese Coins, Indian Money, Indian Arrow-points, Floating- 
Stone, a very large piece of l)ark from Fathers of California Forests, etc. 

Mrs. Qeorge Tliomas, of Santa Clara, Cal.— Star-fishes, A Sea Urchin, 
Egg of Sea Gull from Farallon Island, Lava from Volcano on Hawaii 
Islands, Crystallized Sulphur from the same Volcano, Asbestos from Crater 
of same. 

Sisters of Providence, Montreal. — A large Canadian Bat. 

Miss Kittie Murphy, class of "85.— A gold cross (her medal for Chris. 
Doct.) for our Blessed Mother's Crown. 

Miss Lillie Sandmeier. — A large Owl. 



TO THE LIBRARY. 

Sisters of Mercy, Davenport, la. — Pilgrims and Shrines— Illustrated. 
From a Friend of the Institution. — Strickland's Queens of England, 
complete. 

Rev. J. Lonergnn. — Several very fine books. 

Miss M. Murphy. — Poems of Whittier and Byron. 

Miss K. Murphy. — Longfellow's Poems. 

Miss C. Brum, California. — Tennyson's Tiresias. 

Miss L. Glenn, California. — Campbell's Works. 

From a Friend. — Prose and Poetry of Ireljuid — Murr;i\-. 

" " " The Irish Race— Thebaud. 

" " " Life of Parnell — Sherlock. 
Miss Mary V. Walsh, class of '85. — A Handsome Bookcase. 



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COURSE OF STUDY 



FIRST YEAR OR GRADE. 

Readino: Word iiiul sentence method from eliart and pandrania; also 
first reader. 

WKiTi>'(i: Name of pn]iil and place of residence on slate. Xanie of 
teacher and school. Copy from chart and book. 

Abithmetic: Counting forward and backward by I's, 2"s; o's and lO's to 
100; by 3's and 4's to 48; by 6's and 8's to 24. The signs +, — , X, ^, =, 
s;. and the use of them. Learn to read and write one period of figures. 
.Vddition and subtraction tables on board from 1 to 5. Addition on slate and 
board. Roman lunnci'als. 

Music: Learn to recognizee and sing the tones " Do," " Me," " Sol " (1, 3. 
5 of a key); the upper octave of " Do " and " ]Mi," and the lower octave of 
" Sol " and " ]\Ii." Practice these from manual signs, from the modulator, 
from llie Tonic Sol-fa notation and from the staff. Recognize and iiroduce 
the strong and \\{'ak accents, and the simplest divisions of time, viz.: the 
beat, half-beat, two-part and three-part measure. As supiilementary work, 
from eight to twelve .simple .songs to be learned by rote during the year. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, first series of Calkins'. Bright's language 
lessons to seventh to])ic. Use of period and interrogation mark. Politeness. 

SECOND YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Second reader. Before commencing to I'cad, all ditticidt 
words pronounced correctly and meaning given. A short sketch of the 
lesson given from memory. 

Whiting: The .spelling lesson written on .slate. Copying from board or 
book. Short sentences containing certain words given by teacher. Use of 
pencil on paper. Sliort letters to be written first on slates. 

Spet.i.ixo : Oral and written from reader, after which the speller to page 50. 

ARITHMETIC: Addition and subtraction tables in ment.nl arithmetic from 
T) to 10 witli analysis on same pages. Multiplication fable and analysis to 5's. 
In ]iractical arithmetic, addition and sul)traction completed. ^NFultiplication 
to three figures in multiplier. Re;ul and write three periods of figures. 
Counting by 2's, 3's and 9's to 100. 

]\Ii'sic: Review work of first year. In addition to tones already learned, 
to recognize and produce the tones ■■ Re" and " Si," and practice as in fir.st 
year. The last term of this year the remaining tones of the scale, "La" 
and ■■ Fa," may be studied. Introduce four-i)art measure, one and one-half 
beat tones, (piarter-beat tones, and rests corresponding to all the al)ove tone 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



lengths. The songs for this year shall for the most part be included in the 
above lessons, rather than to be learned liy rote. 

Drawing: On cards — Krusi's niethod; also on blackboard. 

MiscELi-ANEOus: Phonic analj'sis. Object lessons, tirst and second series. 
Language lessons, first grade reviewed and completed. Time by the clock. 
Divisions of time. Colors. Politeness. 

THIRD YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half of third reader with meaning of difficult words. 

Writing: Commence copy-book. Short letters once a week. 

Spelling: Primary speller to page 86, oral and written. 

Christian Doctrine: For Catholics only. First lessons with explana- 
tions. 

Geography: Primary to page 32, with globe. 

Arithmetic: In the menial, multiplication tables with analysis com- 
pleted. Division tables and analysis. Review addition and subtraction. 
Complete multiplication. Short division and long division to three figures 
in divisor. Read and write four periods of figures. 

Music: Review with great care the work of the first and second years. 
Learn to pitch tunes in difl:'erent keys by the use of a C pitch-pipe or tuning- 
fork. The songs for this year shall all be taught as nuisic reading lessons. 

Drawing: Books one and two. Blackboard drawing. 

]MiscEi>LANEOUS: Object lessons, third series. Language lessons, second 
grade. Abbreviations. Use of conmia. Divisions of time. Use of Tel- 
lurian. Politeness. 

FOURTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Third reader completed. Occasional sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Short letters. Composition of al)out one dozen 
lines once a week. 

Spelling: From page 86 to 109. 

Arithmetic: ]VIidtiplication and division reviewed. L. C. Multiple. 
G. C. Divisor. Cancellation and fractions to multiplication. Review nudti- 
plication. Read and write five periods f)f figures. 

Geography: Primary completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Continuation of Catechism with explanations. 

Music: After review, introduce six-part mea.sure, three-quarter and 
quarter-beat tones, and increasing difficulties in time and tune. 

Drawing: Books three and four; also blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lesjons, third series reviewed. Language, .sec- 
ond grade reviewed. Oral Grammar. Politeness. 

FIFTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fourth reader. Sight Reading. 
Writing: Copy-liook. Com]~>ositions on given subjects. Letter wi-iting 
every two weeks. 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Arithmetic: Mental, from page 31 to page 67. Practical, complete 
fractions. Read and write tive periods. 

Geography: Intermediate to United States. Map of Xortli America. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: To page 67. Par.sing nouns, pronouns and adjectives. Anal- 
ysis of short sentences. 

Music: Learn to recognize and trace modulations to different keys, and 
to acquire the ability to pass from one key to another without instrumental aid. 

Drawing: Book tive, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed, and one half of 
fourth. Language lessons, third grade Abbreviations. Tellurian. Roman 
numerals. Punctuation marks. Politeness. 

SIXTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Re.\ding: Fourth reader completed, together with supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Letter writing every two weeks. Composition 
every week on topics designated by the teacher. 

Spelling: Grammar school speller, from page 45 to 70. Dictation. 

Aritifmetic: Intellectual arithmetic from page 67 to 96. Practical 
arithmetic. Review fractions. Decimals to compound numbers. Read 
and write six periods. 

Geography: To South America. ^lap of United States. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: Descriptive part, to page 69, including tine i>rint and parsing. 
Analysis of simple sentences, and first two rules of syntax. 

]\Ii'sic: A thorough practice on all the above, with still greater difficulties 
in tune, time and part singing. 

Drawing: Book six, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fourth series. Telhu-ian. Language 
le-ssons, fourth and fifth grades. Abbreviations. Roman numerals. Polite- 

ripgc 

SEVENTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fifth reader. Supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Composition every week. Letters everj- two 
weeks. 

Spelling: From page 70 to 100. Dictation. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic, from page 96 to 113. Practical 
arithmetic. Compound numbers. 

Geography: From South America through. Map of South America, 
Asia and Illinois. 

Gr.vmmar: From page 67 to 128; also, to rule ten in -syntax. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

History: United States, first half, to Revolution. Bible hi.story, Old 
Testament. 

Music: Compoimd measures. Minor scales and key. 

Drawing: Book seven, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscelianeous: Object lessons, fith series. Tellurian. Abbreviations. 



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ST. xavier's academy. 



EIGHTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Last half nf tith reader, with supplementary reading. 

Wiuting: Copy-book. Composition, weekly. Letters, bi-weekly. 

Speli,ikg: From page 100 to 180. Dictation. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual, from page 113 to 129. Practical arithmetic. 
Percentage to discoiuit. 

Geography: Map of Europe, Africa and Palestine. 

Grammar: Completed. 

History: United States, completed. Bible history, completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism, completed. 

Music: First principles of liarmony. 

Drawing: Book eight, with l)lackboard drawing, 

Miscellaneous : Object lessons, sixth series. Language lessons, eighth 
grade. Tellurian. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth reader, first half. Supplementary sight reading. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's Catechism, with explanations. 

Writing: Copy-book, copies .set by teacher. Letters bi-weekly. 

Etymology: "Word analysis, first half. 

Arithmetic: Di.scount, insurance, ratio and proportion, alligation, 
involution and evolution. Intellectual, from page 129 to 149. 

Physical Geography: General history, first half. Familiar science. 

Rhetoric: To versification, and compo.sition every week. French and 
German optional. 

Music: Review of the past, with chorus singing. Instrumental music 
optional; also, private vocal les.sons. 

Drawing : Krusi's method, book nine, with object drawing. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth completed. Sight reading from histories. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Writing: From copies by teacher on board. 

Etymology: Completed. Test words from speller. 

Arithmetic: Complete arithmetic finished. Intellectual completed. 

Alcjebra: First half. 

General History: Completed. 

Rhetoric : Completed. 

Physiology: French and German optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocallessons optional. 

Drawing: Book ten, with object drawing. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Reading: Historical and literary, from classical authors. 
Writing: Plain and ornamental, from board. 



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ST. xaviek's academy. 



Atx4ei5RA: Last lialf. with selections from University algelira. 

CiiKiSTiAN Doctkixe: Deliarbc's continued. 

Bookkeeping. 

Litekattre: English, complete. 

Botany; Rhetoric and History reviewed. 

Composition and Epistolary Correspondence; Alternately every 
week. 

Civil Go\'ERNMENT, Political Economy : French and German 
optional. 

Music; Cliorus singing. Instrumental and ]irivate vocal lessons optional. 

Drawing: Book eleven, with sketching from nature. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

Reading: Philosophical and political. 
Writin<t: Plain and ornamental, from board. 
Geometry and Trigonometry. 
Epistolary Composition and Essay Writing. 
Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's completed. 

Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, Zoology, Geology. Mythology, 
Chemistry. French, German and Latin optional. 

Music : Chorus singing. Listrumental and jtrivate vocal lessons optional. 
Drawing : Book twelve, with sketching from natvu-e. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS 

FOLLOWS: 

51^' o'clock, Rise. 

6I4 ■■ Morning Prayers and JLiss. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by recreatioiL 

8 " Study. 

<) " Recitation in respective class rooms. 

lV'-_^ " Dinner and recreation. 
I2I3 " Study. 

1 " ]\[athematics. 

2 " Plain sewing, penmanship, etc. 
4 " Luncheon and recreation. 

41^ " Study lessons for next day. 
(5 " Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics'). 

61^.,' " Recreation. 

8 " " Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective 
dormitories for the niaht. 



Sfndies will he resumed flie First Mondaij in Sej)temher. (oid 
i/o i/oiiNi/ Jady who is not then in attendance will be allowed to 
compete for the Deportment Medal and (lass Mrdals. For the 
other medals it is necessanj to tie (d least nine /nonth's in the 



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INSTRl'MENTAL MUSIC. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 

Beyer's Instructor — Five finger exercises, Jousse's Musical Catechism. 

First Division. 
Instructor and C'atecliism contiiuicd, major and minor scales, similar and 
contrary motion, Czerny's Easy studies, occasional pieces. 
INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 
Plaidy's Technical Studies commenced, major and minor scales in thirds, 
.sixths, catechism, Lemoine's Juvenile Studies — first l)ook, ea.sy sonatas. 

First Division. 
Plaidy's Technical Stuilies, catechism and scales, Lemoine's Juvenile 
Studies — second book, sonatas and pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 
Lemoine's Juvenile Studies — second book, Czerny's and Heller's Etudes, 
selections from Leyl)ach, Gottschalk, etc., thorough-bass, catechism. 

First Division. 
Cramer's Studies — first book, selections from Chopin, Weber, Schumann, 
Bethooven's easier sonastas, etc.. Harmony (Weitzman's ^lanual), history 
of music commenced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 
Cramer's Studies continued, Bethooven's sonastas, Liszt's rhapsodies, 
Chopin's polonaise, etc., Weitzman's JIanual of Harmony, history of music 
continued. 



VOCAL MUSIC. 



Scale singing, intervals, easy pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Fifty Lessons, minor and chromatic scales. balLids, Abt's 

exercises. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Twenty-five Lessons, selections from Ros.sini, Verdi, Don- 
izetti, etc. 

All are expected to attend class-singing, which is free. Private vocal les- 



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12 yx. xavier's academy. 



XKRNIS. 

(FOR BOARDERS.) 
Per Session of Five Months, in Advance. 

Board and Tuition, in English and Music . . . . . |150 

LaniiuasiX's, each .....-..-- 10 

Oil Painting ..-----'---- 25 

Water color 25 

Crayon ............ 25 

TFarp 40 

Guitar ............ 30 

Vocal lessons and Harmony, each ....... 80 

Washing ............ 5 

For Chemical and Physical apparatus, etc., in senior classes - - 3 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more sisters 
at the same time. 

Books, stationery, etc., are furnished at the usual retail prices, but ixrer 
1)11 rrciJit. 

Pupils are reqiiired to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, suit- 
able for each season. Toilet articles, six towels, four table-napkins, a knife 
and fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, napkin-ring, goblet, two yards of carpeting 
or a rug, and two yards black net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required. 

"No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 

TKRN4S. 

(FOR DAY SCHOLARS.) 
Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

ACADEMIC department. 

English Branches - - |15 

iMusic .... - 15 

Use of Piano ..-...-..-- 5 

Painting for the Pupils ......... 1.") 

Painting for those who do not attend sehool - - - - - 25 

Crayon for those who do not attend school ----- 25 

Crayon for Pupils .......... 15 

Drawing ............ 5 

Guitar ...-.....-.- 15 

Vocal lessons and Harmony, each - - 15 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

English Branches for Juveniles - $10 

English Branches for Minims ........ 5 

M, ,..;,. f.„. T.,,.;,>,.c. _ _ _ . 10 



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CATALOGUE OF PUPILS. 



From September, 1885 to June, 1886. 



Ahern. Alma .... 

App, Edna 

Beuseville, Gracie 

Jionfield. Susie. . . 

Bonfiekl, Maria. . 

Brennan, 

Breniian. 

Bradbury 

Bradbury 



Cliicago, 



Lizzie '" 

Lucy " 

, ^laggie Kankakee, 

, Josie 

Bradley. Kittie Liberty ville, 

Bergeron. Sophia Tucker, 

Beaupre. Elva De Kalb, 

Bent, Kittie 

Bulger, Annie Chicago, 

l^owen. Maggie 

Blish, Lizzie 

Blish. Lulu 

Blish, Florence 

Barrett, Mamie 

Butler, Ellen 

Barnett. M. Agnes 

Bane, Florence 

Burns, Maggie 

Burns, ^lary 

Jiurns, Rosie 

Burke. Katie ■ 

Betz, Francis 

Brown, Jessie 

Brown, Hattie 

Brown, Nannie 

Bently. Cora 

Bragg, Josie 

Botham. Florence 

Canfield, Kittie 

Canfield. Maggie 

Cantield, Lillie 

Cahill, Nellie 

13 



111. 















it 



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Celhi, Rosie Chicago, 111. 

Clare, Katie 

Clearv. Bessie 

Clearv, Maude 

Clearv, Kittle 

Clearv, Angle 

Clearv. Mamie 

Clinninii. Aggie 

Coyle, Mary 

Consineau.'^Matilda ^Montreal. Can. 

Combs. Carrie Chicago, 111. 

Cotton, Maggie 

Courtney, Mabel 

C^onvey,"^ Carrie Ashkum. 

Convey, Sibbie 

Coins,' Annie Chicago, 

Cusack, Maggie 

Cross, Xellie ." Kansas City, 

( 'udahv, Lizzie Chicago, 111. 

Cudahy. Celia 

Ciulahy. Bessie 

Cudaliy. Marie 

Dalton, Kittie 

Dascombe, Florence Denver, Col. 

Donnelly, Katie Escanaba, Mich. 

Dalev, Agnes 

Deloulme", Blanche Chicago, 111. 

Deloulme. Lucille 

Dixon, .Maude 

Donovan, Florence 

Drum. Cassie Oakland. Cal. 

Diuldleston. Lizzie Chicago, 111. 

Dunne, ]\Iamie 

Eaton , Cecil 

Edson, (iracie 

Edgell. Kittie 

Egan, Marv 

Egan. Nellie 

Eibeckcr, .Marv 

Enright, Mary Alice 

P^iro-o, Ettie Fond du lac. Wis. 

Feenv", Clara Huntley, III. 

Fey, Jennie Chicago, 

Finn, :Marv Streator, 

Foote, Mamie Chicago, 

Foote, Kosie 

Foote, Laura 

Foote, Sarah 

Foster, Irene 



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Foster, Jessie Chicago, 111. 

Foster, Minnie 

Friendly, Amy 

(Jallagher, Lizzie 

(lillespie, Kose 

Gillespie, Lucy 

Glenn, Laura !^ Oakland, Gal. 

(loodell, Flossie Chicago, 111. 

Garmeson, Beatrice 

Garmeson, Trixie 

Greene, Julia 



Hastings, Kittie 

Hagartv, Nellie 

Hall, Mary 

Hammond. Birdie •* 

Hammond, Belle 

Hartford, Annie 

Hayes, Nellie 

Hayes, Gracie " 

Head, Florence Clay Center, Kan. 

Heffernon, Annie Chicago, 111. 

Ileissler, Louise * ' 

Ileissler, Clara 

Heidweyer, Flora 

Hickey," Kittie , 

Higgins, Alice *' 

Higgins, Mamie 

Hildman, Lena Brooklyn, 111. 

Ilorgan, Eleanor Chicago, 111. 

Howard, Edith 

Hudson, Katie 

Hudson, Annie 

Hughes, Cora 

Hunt, Pearl 

Isham, Hattie 

Jackson, Gertrude Sparta, Neb. 

Jackson, Mamie ^luscatine, Iowa. 

Johnson, Ida Chicago, 111. 

Johnson, Maude Jackson, Mich. 

Jones, Francis Chicago, J 11. 

Katz, Belle 

Katz, Celia 

Katz, Maud 

Kerr, Lettie 

Keifer, Minnie 

Kennv, Annie. Q /]■■■■} I • -v • 'i 

Lamb, Mamie. /Vy^yi./. y.bfvn/.'>r^VC.;i^^vi). ../*) )1 ''^~- 

Lawler, Katie 

Lewinsohn, ]Mollie 



16 



ST. xavier's academy. 



Muher. Kittie Chicago, 

Muher. Mav 

Maher. Eokie 

Marble, .Mary 

Mao^inn, Verna " 

Meehan. Lillie 

Mitchell, C'elia 

^lio-elv, Jeannette " 

Miller, Edith Be Kalb, 

McKinnis, Josie Chicago, 

McGrath, Aimie Argyle, 

McMullen, Coriniie Chicago, 

:V[cMahon. M. Belle 

McXilf. Belle 

Milnamow, Kittie Cortland, 

^lilnamow, Lizzie 

:McDonnell, Mary Chicago, 

.^[ausi^eld, Lettie 

Mansfield. Mamie " 

McDermott, Kittie 

Montgomery. Mary Hudson, 

Montague, "^Nlamie" Chicago, 

Moos, Lena Philadeliihia. 

Moran. ^Minnie Chicago, 

Moran. Lillie 

Mulhall. Mollie 

.Mur])liv. ^larv " 

:Mur])hy. Elleii Wilmington. 

MurphV. Jennie Lemont, 

.Mur])hy. Celia Hammond, 

.Murphy. Louise Chicago, 

Murjihy. Maggie 

Murphy. Maggie 

Mur]ihy. ]\[ary 

Ahii-})hy, Veronica 

Murphy, Vrsula 

M urray, ^lary 

^Ivron, Annie 

Morlev. :\Iarv St. Joseph. 

Nathan, Ida Chicago, 

Xeville. Nellie 

O'Brien, Eva '[ 

O'Brien. Kosie. 

O'Brien. Josie 

O'Brien. Lulu 

O'Brien. Nellie 

O'Brien. ^larv 

O'Connell. Mar.v 

O'Connor, Amelia 



111. 

a 
I >' 
is 

St, 



Wis. 

111. 

<>' 
111. 

111. 



Mich. 

111. 
Penn. 

111. 



Wis. 

111. 



.^lo. 

III. 






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O'Connor. Emma 
O'Donnell. Mnrv. 
O'Leary Nellie.". . 
O'Leary. Mamie. . 
O'Hara. ^lamie. . 
Ollara. Nellie. . . 
O'Neil. Mollie.... 
Powers, Maggie. . 
Paulioo, Mary. . . 



Chicago J 



(^ninlan, Mary 

Pay, Dottie 

Red path. (*ora 

Reynolds, Katie 

Hivard, Leonie .... Bom honiiais. 

Hivard, Mary 

Rogers, Pearl Council ]Mutfs,Io\v 

Richmond. Ollie Hart, Mii 

Russell, Floi-a Chic_ago. I 

Ryan, Annie Bloomingdale. 

Ryan, Julia C'hicago, 

Ryan. Katie 

Tiyan, Katie 

Ross, Katie 

Sanders, Mamie 

Sandmeier, Lillie 

Saiulmeier, Laura 

Sandmeier, Annie 

Savoie. Marv 

Schmitt. Stella 

Shannon. Alice 

Shannon. .Vnnie 

Sliannon, Lillie 

Sheridan. Agnes '• 

Sherwood. Maliel 

Sincere. Lillie 

Sim])son, Ella 

Shoeneman. [jizzie 

Smith. Lillie 

Snow. Olive 

Stafford, Mai-y l)aven|»ort. low 

Stearns. Marie ( 'hicago. 1 

Straus. Sadie 

Strauss. Hattie 

Stringei', Mary 

Starhuck, Lillie 

Supplee. Jessie 

Sullivan, Nora 

Snvde, Annie 



^ ^ 

ly !?T. xaviek's academy. 



'1' 



Sweeny. Hannah Harvard. Til. 

Slatterv. ]\Iinnie Ivesdale. 

l^homas, Edith C'hieao-o. III. 

Traynor, Nettie 

Ti-acey. Virginia 

racey. Nellie 

ryber. Ijillie 

i'ravnor 

Walsh, Annie C'hicag-o. 111. 

Walters, Cora Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Warren. Mabel Chicago. HI. 

Weinstock. Lena Brandon, Wis. 

Whclan, Nellie Chicago. 111. 

Wickes, Nettie ,. 

\Mes. .Mary. . . .q . . • • -Q^i- « ■'^fj.r^JT- 

Miggins. May . J): \ iJh.. M^^^TTV Salt Lake. Utah. 

Wi'uf, Carrie". Chicago. HI. 

Willis. May " '' 

AVillianison. ^lav " 

Wolfe. Annie..". 

Woods. Agnes " 

Yonng. Florence 

Zeio'loi'. Laura 



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ST. xavier's academy. 19 



©old (Class iUetlal 



FOK 



Highest Examination Average 



IN GRADl'ATINCi CLASS, 



^^Ji^M^^JL -^^?'. j^^ (Q^ J^. 'Z^^^e-e^X^i 



'Mte 



MERITED BY 

MISS KITTIE BRADLEY, 

Libertyville, 111. 
AND 

MISS LIZZIE MILNAMOW, 

Cortland, 111. 
Awarded to the former, wliose average was a fraction liiulier lliaii tlie 



atter. 



d5old (Class iUcdal 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 



IN THE FIRST SENIOR CLASS, 



--UJe-ri^Ud /^/4- '^^^'. O. ^:. 



f-c/i-iie 



TO 

MISS CASSIE M. DRUM, 

Oakland, Cal. 
MFKITKl) ALSO 15 V 

MISS JULIA T. GREENE, 

Chicago. 



20 ST. XAVIEK S ACADEMY. 



©old Claas iltcdals 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 



IN" TIIK SKCOXn SEMOK CLASS. 

TO 

MISS JENNIE MURPHY, 

.Lemont, 111. 
AND 

MISS MAMIE O'HARA. 

Chicago. 



(Gold fflass iHcdal 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 



IN" THE EKJinil iniADE, 



TO 

MISS VERONICA MURPHY, 

Chicago. 
MERITED AL80 HV 

MISS CELIA MURPHY. 



ST. xavier's academy. 21 



So/l^ C?/a.vv Mc^Paf 



F()|{ 



Highest Examination Average 



IN Tirp: SEVKXTII GTiADE. 






TO 



MISS ANNIE RYAN, 



Blooming'd.ale, 111. 



Sof$ ($fa^:s Mc^aC 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 

IN THE SIXTH (iKADE, 



^i:eJeji^^/r/ /i?/ //^e (^/zJiTfUt^fci 



CO^M. 



TO 

MISS PEARL HUNT, 

Chicag-o. 



22 t?T. XAVIERtS ACADEMY. 



So/i^ c?/:7.v> mcL\7/ 



P'OR 



Highest Examination Average 



IX THE FIFTH GRADE, 



Zi^ieiieji^^ec/ p^?/ /Ae L>6/j///v//'<^ 



'/-^ 



TO 



MISS ALICE SHANNON, 

Chicagro. 



§i{vct Qfa.>.^ mc$ai' 



FOU 



EXCELLENCE 



IX FOUKTH GRADE, 



l^^t 



TO 

MISS MARY QUINLAN, 

Ch-icago. 



ST. XAVIEUV At'ADEMY. 23 



cT/Jc So/l^ WcPa/ 



FOR 



MATHEMATICS. 



AWARDED TO 



MISS LIZZIE G. MILNAMOW, 

Cortland, 111. 



dT/ic §oC$ mcSaf 



FOR 



READING, 



rf'/tt^tf'-j?. 



TO 

MISS CASSIE M. DRUM, 

Oakland, Cal. 

EQt'ALLY MKHITED T!Y 

MISS ALICE T. HIGGINS, 

Chicag-o. 



24 ST. XAVlEli's ACADEMY. 



ff'llc So£B mcdaf 



FOR 



POLITENESS. 



// 



TO 



MISS JULIA T. GREENE, 



Chicago. 






r,^icJ ^ 



C'O.MrKTKJ) I'OI! I!V 



-^ 



M. MARTIN, L. McCARTHY, K. HASTINGS, 

L. MURPHY. 



DUAWN i;y 



MISS KITTIE HASTINGS, 

Chicago. 



i^^T. XAVIER S AC.VDEMY. XJ.) 



Mc Sc/l^ Mc^af 



POK 



NATURAL PHILOSOPHY 






TO 



MISS JULIA GREENE. 



cTT/e Sof^ Mc^af 



FOH 



PASTEL PAINTING, 



AW A i: OKI) TO 



MISS MARY ALICE ENRIGHT, 



Chicago. 



-© 



26 ST. XAVIEKS ACADEMY. 



^ic SofS mc^aC 



FOR 



INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, 



TO 



MISS MINNIE P. SLATTERY, 



Ivesdale, 111. 



§of^ Mcdaf 



AWAHDED 



By the Votes of the Sociality of the 



TO 



Miss Annie McGrath, 



Argyle, Wis. 



^- 



ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 



^^'^f mmo m.^0BB 



FOR 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE, 



led-e^n-^ec/ u-t^ tine (Z^ i iJ ti ui fe-c. 



'-/^ 



TO 



MISS CECILIA MITCHELL, 

Chicago. 



Clir ij>0l& 311 r& ill 



FOR 



Excellence In Deportment 



IN THE SEMOK CLASSES, 



MERITED BY 



MISS BELLE McNIFF, 



Chicago. 



-^ 



2y t<T. XAVIKKS ACADEMY. 



% i>0i& wit&iti 



FOH 



ORTHOGRAPHY, 

To 

MISS MARY E. C CONNELL. 

Chicago 



Clir €1)0 1& lllr&al0 



Foi; 



United States History, 



'^eJr■^^/^r/ A,/ ^:'^}. J/r/^A^Y'j^ ^//rM'Z/ 



7' 

Inspector of Public Schools, N. Y. 



TO 

MISS ELEANOR HORGAN. 

AM) 

MISS SUSIE BONFIELD. 

Chicagro. 



ST. XAVIERS ACADKi[Y. 29 



mc So/l^ Mc^af 



FOR 



PLAIN SEWING, 



AWAUDKl) TO 



MISS MAGGIE G. MURPHY, 



Chicago. 



POLITENESS-1 

IX .n \[I)I! (T.ASSKS, 
A\VAKJ)i:i) TO 

MISS FLORENCE BANE, 

Chicag-o. 



m 


m 


30 


ST. XAVIEKS ACADEMY. 




cT/lc §>ia5uatc ^ltc$c,L> 




AND 




^^q^^omm^^ 




AWAKDEI) TO 


Miss 


MARY V. MURPHY, 




Miss KITTIE C. BRADLEY, 




Miss KITTIE L. MILNAMOW, 




Miss LIZZIE G. MILNAMOW, 




Miss LIZZIE M. CUDAHY, 




Miss KITTIE G. HASTINGS, 




Miss ROSE M. O'BRIEN, 




Miss ALICE T. HIGGINS, 




cTI'tc Si /'vet mc$af^ 




AND 




^^^GRGWRg^^ 




TO 


Miss 


JULIA T. GREENE, 




Miss CASSIE M. DRUM, 




Miss LILLIE M. SANDMEIER, 




Miss GERTRUDE M. JACKSON, 




Miss LAURA F. GLENN. 



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ST. XAVrER S ACADEMY. 



31 



CROAA'NS FOR GOOD CONDUCT. 



I^IPiST CI^O"Vv^2STS. 



Miss 



Mary O'Hara, 
Bessie Cleary, 
Annie McGratfi, 
Cakkie AVild, 
Alma Ahern, 
Laura Sandmeier, 
Nellie Cahill, 
Ida Nathan, 
May Wii>liajison, 
Susie Eonfield, 
Lena IIildmax, 
Mary Coyle, 
Katie Dalton, 
Mary Morley, 
Mary Eg an, 
Agnes Sheridan, 
Carrie Combs, 
Ai,ice Shannon, 
Lulu Blish, 



Miss 



Jenny Murphy, 
Annie Kenny, 
>[ary O'Donnell, 
^Lauy Enright, 
Cecilia Mitchell, 
Mary Stringer, 
Hattie Brown, 
Jessie Brown, 
Bei>le McNiff, 
Celia Murphy, 
Mary Finn, 
Agnes Daley, 
]\L\thilda Cousineau 
Macjgie Mirphy. 
Nellie Tracy, 
Katie Donnelly, 
Ellen Butler, 
Virginia Tracy. 
Julia Ryan. 



SECOISTID CX^OTT^O^S. 



Miss 



Marie Stearns, 
Celia Cud ah y, 
Carrie Convey, 
Mary O'Connell, 
Lizzie Brennan, 
Jessie Supplee, 
Ollie Richmond, 
Louisa Heissler, 
Annie Colns. 



Miss Mary Rivard, 

" Leonie Rivard, 

" Maggie ^Iurphy. 

" Eleanor IIorgan, 

" Lena Moos, 

" Nellie Hayes, 

" Nannie Brown, 

" LiLLiE Meehan, 



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P R E M I U M S. 



READING. 

FIKST (^LASS. 

Gold Mt'diil C'iissic Drum 

First Premium Alice Higuins 

Second " L. ^lilnniiKAv. K. (VHricii 

S?:('()ND CLASS. 

Firsl Premium Jessie Brnwn 

Second •" 'Shivy ( J'Domiell 

Third " Marv StriMu("r 

KFCiHTH (il'.ADE. 

First Preim'um ('. ('\idaliy. E. Iloriiaii 

Second " S. Bontield, L. Moos 

SEVENTH (iUADE. 

First Premimr. C. Vralter, M. Sanders 

Second • ' ;M. Bowen, ^I . Barrett 

SIXTH (JRADE. 

First Premium ^I. StalTord, N. Brown 

Second ■" Marv ^lorley 

FIFTH (iKADE. 

First Premiiuu \'. Tracy. A. Shannon 

Second " Josie ( )'Brien 

Tliiril •' ]\Iaude deary 

ForiiTH (iUADE. 

First Premium \V. ( )llara, W. O'Leary 

Second •• Stella Schmitt 

THIKO (;i{Al)E. 

First Prennum M. lligiiins. B. Deloulme 

Second ' ' W. Egan, W. Hagarty 

Tlurd • ' Mamie Montague 

SECOND (;i!ADE-A. 

First Premium Maude Di.xon 

Second " Sarah Foote 

Third Olive Snow 

SECOND (iI{Al)E— H. 

First Prendiun I. Bradbury, A. Clearv 

Second " .... Eiicy Gillespie 

FIRST (iKADE. 

First Premium Josie Bragg 

Second " " Cora Bently 

82 



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ST. XAVIEK!^ ACADEMY. 83 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Kittie Hastings 

Second " ' Alice Higgins 

Third " Cassie Drum 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Sil)l)ie C'onvey 

Second " Nellie Cahill 

Third " Annie Kenny 

EIGHTH GKADE. 

First Premium Agnes Daley 

Second '• Susie B(mtield 

SEVENTH (JKADE. 

First Premi\nn Minnie Keef er 

Second " Lizzie Blish 

SIXTH GHADl^]. 

First Premium W. Tracey, M. Cousinenu 

Second " Agnes Sheridan 

FIFTH GUADE. 

First Premium S. Bergeron, L. Blish 

Second " L. Brennan, A. Myron 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Agnes Woods 

Second " Mollie O'Neil 

THIRD (iRADE. 

First Premium Katie liyan 

Second " Jessie Foster 

Tliird " Katie Lawler 

SECON D G liA DE A. 

First Premium Mary Savoie 

Second " " Edna App 

Third " Birdie Hammond 

SECOND GRADE-B. 

First Premium M. Biu'iis, F. Head 

Second " (rracie Edson 

FIRST (JRADE. 

First Premiiun Josie Bragg 

Second " Carrie Stjii-buck 

ORNAMENTAL PENMANSHIP. 

First Premium M. Enright, N. Caliill 

Second " S. Convey, J. Murphy 



34 ST. xavier's academy. 

GRAMMAR. 
EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Preniiuin V. Murphy, S. Bontield 

iSocoiul " C". Convey, M. Rivard 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Prcniiiini A. Hyan, L. IJlisli 

Second ' • Maggie Boweii 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First i^reinimn M. Egan, F. IIuiil 

Second " Louise Heissler 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Shannon, \. Tracy 

Second " Elva Beaupre 

Third " ' Amelia O'Coniier 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

Gohl Medal Mary E. O'Conneil 

First Premium L. Rivard, ^l. Stearns 

Second " M. Murphy, ('. C'udahy 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Foote, M. Barrett 

Second " Maggie Bowen 

Third " Sarah Strauss 

SIXTH (JUADE. 

First Premium S. Supplee, M. Morley 

Second " Katie Hudson 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Amelia O'Conner 

Second " Josie O'Brien 

Third ' Maud Cleary 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Quinlan 

Second ' ' Katie Ross 

Tliird '• Nellie O'Hara 

THIRD (iUADE. 

First Premiinu U. Murphy, M. Bontiehl 

Second " F. Bane, J. Fey 

Tliird '• Hattie Strauss 

SECOND GRADE— A. - * 

First Premium A. Shannun, F. Russell 

Second " Jeannette Migley 



^ — « 

ST. xavier's academy. 35 

SECOND GRADE— B. 

First Premium Clara Feeny 

Second " Minnie Foster 

MATHEMATICS. 
Gold Medal Lizzie G. Milnamow 

TRIGONOMETRY. ] 

First Premium Lizzie Cudahj- 

Second " Alice Higgins 

GEOMETRY. 

First Premium Lizzie Cudahy 

Second " A. Higgins, R O'Brien 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Almu Alieru 

Second " J. Greene, C. Drum 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium J. Brown, H. Brown 

Second " .Jennie Murphy 

Third " Bessie C'leary 

ARITHMETIC. 
FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium J. Murphy, C. Drum 

Second " A. Ahern, N. Cahill 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Hattie Brown 

Second " Annie McGrath 

Tiiird " Bessie Clear}- 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium V. Murphy, C. 3Iuri)liy 

Second " Mary Coyle 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premmm Annie Ryan 

Second " Lizzie Blisli 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Murphy, M. Cousineau 

Second " N. Tracey, O. Richmond 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lucy Brcnnan 

Second " -L Ryan, C. Cnmh^ 



36 ST. xaviekV academy. 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium K. Cantield, L. Diidilk'stoii 

Seconil " Annie Coins 

Tliinl •' Emma O'Cduncr 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Lulu O'Brien 

Second " E. Evoy, M. Lamb 

Third " K. Kyan, :M. Cotton 

SECOND GRADE— A. 

First Premium ^[aygie ( 'aiiticld 

Second " May Mahcr 

SECOND GRADE-B. 

First Premium Mary Burns 

Second " Mary B. :\Ic:Mahon 

Tliird " Kittie l{i( key 

GENERAL HISTORY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium I. Murpliy, M. ( )]Iara 

Second ' " ilary Stringer 

Tliird " Alma Aliern 

U. S. HISTORY. 
EIGHTH GRADE. 

Gold Medals E. llori^an, S. Boutield 

First Premium L. Moos. V. ^Iuri)iiy 

Second " L. Hrennan. .M. Stcnrns 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium V. IJyan. .M. Foote. ('. Ival/ 

Second " C. Waller, M. Kecfcr 

COMPOSITION. 
FIRST CLASS. 

First Prenuum K. Bradley, A. Hiyniiis 

Second " M. Murpliy. H. ( )"Bri<'n 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium ( 'arrie Wild 

Second " I. Murpliy, yi. O'Hara 

Third " S. McGrath. A. Kenny 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium i>. Brennan. M. O'l'oniiell 

Second " C. Cudahy, L. Hivard 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Cora Walter 



ST. xavier's academy. ■ii'i 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium K. Hudson, M. Stafford 

Second " Maggie Murphy 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Virginia Tracy 

Second " Mary Marble 

Third • Rosie Cella 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Quinlan 

Second " Nettie Traynor 

Third " Katie Clare 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Bessie Cudahy 

Second " Rosie Foote 

Third ' Mary Murray 

BIBLE HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Hildman, B. McNiff 

Second " E. Horgan, C. Convey 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Sandmeier, K. Cleary 

Second . " Mary Sanders 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

GRADUATING CLASS. 

First Premium M. Murphy, L. Milnamow 

Socond " L. Cudahy, K. Hastings 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium L. Sandmeier, G. Jackson 

Second ' J. Greene, C. Dnun 

SECOND CLASS. 

Gold Medal Cecilia Mitchell 

First Premium Marj- O'Hara 

Second Premium Jennie Murphy 

Third " Sibbie Convey 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Murphy, M. Rivard 

Second " M. Coyle, A. Daley 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium K. Dallon, M. Barrett 

Second " Katie Cleary 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium N. Brown, L. Heissler 

Second " Mary Egan 



88 ST. xavier's academy. 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Marble, A. Shannon 

Second " Maud Cleary 

Third " Katie Maher 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mollie O'Neil 

Second " Katie Clare 

Third " Nellie O'Leary 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium M. Barnett, N. O'Brien 

Second " Mamie Cleary 

Third " Katie Burke 

SECOND GRADE— A. 

First Premium Maggie Caulield 

Second " Annie Shannon 

SECOND GRADE-B. 

First Premium Lucile Deloulme 

Second " Maggie Powers 

Third " Minnie Moran 

GEOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium C. Murphy, L. Hildman 

Second " Belle McNiff 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Ryan, M. Keefer 

Second " A. Sandmeier, K. Dalton 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Trj'ber, P. Hunt. 

Second " N. Hayes, A. Sheridan 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Alice Shannon 

Second " Lulu Blish 

Third " Lucy Brennan 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Katie Ro.ss 

Second " Annie Coins 

Third " Stella Schmitt 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Ursula Murphy 

Second " Maggie Bradbury 

Third " Katie Ryan 



ST. xavier's academy. B9 

MAP-DRAWING. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium C. Convey, L. Kivard 

Second " Mary Rivard 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Blish, C. Walter 

Second " Celia Katz 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Tryber, J. Supplee 

Second " Nellie Hayes 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Myron, S. Bergeron 

Second " .'. Carrie Combs 

Third " Mary Marl)le 

ASTRONOMY. 

GRADUATES. 

First Premium K. Bradley, I.,. Cudaliy 

Second " A. Higgins, L. Milnamow 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium C. Drum, G. Jackson 

Second " .Julia Greene 

ZOOLOGY. 

GRADUATES. 

First Premium " K. Hastings, K. Milnamow 

Second " L. Milnamow, M. Murphy 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium I. Greene, G. Jackson 

Second " Lillie Sandmeier 

RHETORIC. 

First Premium N. Cahill, L. Sandmeier 

Second " M. Enrigbt, A. Ahern 

Third " C. Mitchell. M. Williamson 

PHYSICS. 

Gold Medal Julia T. Greene 

Second Premium G. Jackson, L. Glenn 

Third " Kittie Milnamow 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

First Premium L. Milnamow, L. Cudahy 

Second " K. Milnamow G. Jackson 

* 



40 ST. XAVIEU'S ACADEMY. 

EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium J. Greene, K. Bradley 

Second " M. Murph.y, li. Saiuimeier 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Caliill 

Second " Bessie Cleary 

Third " Annie Kenny 

BOTANY. 

First Premium L. Glenn, K. jNIilnamow 

Second '" L. Milnamow, K. Bradley 

MUSIC. 

VOCAL. 

First Premium M. Slattery, X. Tracey 

Second " Mamie ^Ivu-phy 

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Gold 3Ie(lal Minnie P. Slattery 

First Premiiun Rose Gillespie 

Second " M. Mtirphy, ('. Dnuni 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium P. Hunt, ('. Murjihy 

Second "' M. O'Connell, L. Milnanunv 

Third ' • M. Stearns, L. Brennan 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Preuuuni Maggie G. ^Murphy 

Second " L. Tryber, J\I. Morley 

Tliird • Ollie Richmond 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Belle McNiiT 

Second " Rosie Foote 

Third •• EfHe P:voy 

OIL PAINTING. 

Gold Medal Kittie G. Hastings 

PASTEL PAINTING. 

Gold Medal Mary A. Euright 



* ^ 

ST. xavier's academy. 41 

DRAWING. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Carrie Conway 

Second " Mai-y Ri\'ar(l 

Third • Celia Murphy 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium M. Enright, R. O'Brien 

vSecond " Nellie Cahill 

EIGHTH (IRADE. 

First Premium Celia Cudahy 

Second ■ ■ Veronica Murphj- 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Annie Rj'an 

Second " Cora Walter 

SIXTH GRADE. 

F i rst Premiiuu Jesse Supple 

Second " Mary Eagan 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium ^ Annie Shannon 

Second " ' Lizzie Blish 

; GERMAN. 

First Premivnn Lena Hildman 

Second " Jessie Brown 

Tiiird " S. Bontield, L. Heissler 

FRENCH. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Seccmd " Mary O'Donnell 

Third " Mary O'Connell 

SILK EMBROIDERY Carrie Maudelbaum 

TAPESTRY K. G. Cowan 

KENSINGTON Annie Bonfield 

ARRASENE Lena Weinstock 

IMPROVEMENT. 

Bella Hammond, Aggie Clinnin. Florence Blish. 

POLITENESS. 

Marie C^udahy, Mamie Hudson, Liilie Shannon 

FOR BEING GOOD LITTLE GIRLS. 

Roxie Maher, Kittie Edgell, Kittie McDermott, 

Rosie Burns, Laura Foote. 

Hi in 



89- 



-* 



AVKRAGKS 



FOR 



Ej^aminatsioii, ^cholargp, DBportmBiit, 



AND 



OBSERVANCE OF RULE. 



FIRST SESSION. 



GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 



FOURTH YEAR. 

Kittie Bradley 

Lizzie Milnamow 

Lizzie Cudahy 

Ro.se O'Brien 

Mary Murphy 

Alice Hingins 

Kittie Milnamow 

Kittie Hastings 

THIRD YEAR. 

Cassie Drum 

Julia Green 

Gertrude Jackson 

Rose Gillespie 

Lillie Saudmeier 

.SECOND YEAR. 

Jennie Murphy 

Mary O'Hara 

Alma Ahern 

Nellie Cahill 

Laura Sandmeier 

Sibbie Convey 

Mary Alice Enright 

FIRST ^TiAR. 

Mary Williamson 

42 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Ave. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


95 


91 


100 


95 


93 


92 


100 


100 


92 


92 


100 


95 


92 


88 


100 


95 


91 


91 


100 


95 


91 


90 


.100 


95 


90 


89 


100 


100 


89 


88 


100 


95 


94 


98 


100 


100 


92 


93 


100 


100 


92 


91 


100 


100 


91 


91 


100 


100 


90 


89 


100 


100 


94 


92 


100 


-100 


93 


93 


100 


100 


91 


88 


100 


100 


90 


92 


100 


100 


89 


91 


100 


100 


89 


91 


100 


100 


83 


88 


100 


100 






100 


100 






100 


100 


86 


78 


100 


90 



*- 



ST. xavier's academy. 



-« 



43 




FIRST YEAR — CQDtinvied 

Bessie C^eary . . .l[[li.Jjl 
Aunie McGrath 

Cecilia Mitchell .,. . . 

Lillie Heflferman -•••/) 

Maggie Cusack ^.i. J 

Annfe Wolf ./} .t.A 

Eva L. O'Brien ...(jl.J .(/•'. • • • 

Annie Kenny 

Carrie Wild 

Mamie Dunne . 

Mary O'Donnell <3i. .Ji 

Lillie Sincere (VWJ. , .JT' 

Mary 




V 



Stringer 



EIGHTH GRADE. 



Veronica Murphy 
Susie Bonfield . . . 
C/'elia Murphy. . . . 
Celia Cudahy ... 
Carrie Convey . . . 
Leonie Rivard. 
Marie Stearns. 
Belle McNitT . 
Lizzie Brennan 
Mary O'Connell 
Eleanor Horgan 
Lena Hildman . 
Maggie Murphy 
Agnes Daley . . . 
Margaret Walsh 
Mary O'Brien . . 
Mary Coyle. , . . 
Annie Sneyd. . . 



^\iM:')E4f!L 



SEVENTH GRADE. 



Mary Rivard. . . 

Celia Katz 

Cora Walter . . . 
Annie Ryan . . . 
Lizzie Blish . . . . 
Minnie Keefer . 
Maggie Bowen. 



f^iX-A-^L-r . 



Ex.Av. 



84 
84 
84 
83 
83 
82 
81 
80 
80 
80 
76 
73 
69 



93 
93 
93 
93 
91 
91 
90 
89 
89 
89 
88 
87 
86 
85 
82 
82 
77 
Abs 



Schol. 
Ave. 



Mary Barrett 
Mary Einbecker . 

Mary Foote 

Mary Palioga .... 
Mary Sanders. . . . 
Georgie Considine 
Katie Dalton .... 

Annie Sandmeier 

Sarah Strauss 

Katie Reynolds 

Katie Cleary Not 



SIXTH GRADE. 



►S- 



Pearl Hunt 

Mary Stafford . . . 
Jessie Supplee . . 
Maggie Murphy. 



nt 



90 
89.4 
89 
88.9 
87.6 
87 
87 
85 
83 
82 
82 
82 
81 
77 
77 
77 
Abs'nt 
Ex. 



88.6 
88 
87.2 
83.1 



83 
86 
83 
81 
85 
80 
83 
82 
85 
82 
81 
75 
80 

95 
94 
94 
94 
93 
93 
92 
92 
91 
91 
90 
89 
88 
87 
85 
85 
78 
88 

92 
91 
91 

91 
90 
90 

89 
88 
85 
84 
89 
87 
82 
82 
80 
80 
95 
80 



93 
90 
91 
90 



Dep. 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



87 
82 
97 
98 



90 

100 

100 

100 

100 

95 

100 

90 

100 

90 

90 

85 

100 



100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


99 


100 


98 


100 


99 


100 


99 


100 


99 


100 


100 


100 


99 


93 


98 


100 


98 


100 


100 


100 


99 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


98 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


99 


99 


96 


100 


85 


100 


98 


100 


98 


100 


98 


100 


97 


100 


98 


95 


94 


96 


90 


100 


95 


95 


86 


99 


80 


100 


98 


100 


99 


94 


91 


100 


98 


100 


90 



64 

85 
88 
92 



-* 



^- 



44 



ST. XAVIER S ACADKMY. 



-* 



SIXTH GKADE — Continued. 

Mary Egan 

Mary Morley 

Ollic Kirhniond 

Nannie Brown 

Lillie Tryber 

Annie Hudson 

Nellie Traeev 

Nellie Haye.s 

Agnes Sheridan 

Louisa Heissler 

Mathilda Cousineau 

Franees Betz 

Katie Donnelly 

C'ora Hughes " Not 

Anna Hartford 

Maud Sweetman 



Ex.Av 



.'^Ltc^M^. 



/:v.(--;»5-c-^-fe- 



FIFTH GRADE. 

Ellen Butler. . 
Alice Shannon 
Julia Ryan . . . 
Lucv Brennan 
Lulu Blish. . . . 
Virginia Traey 
Annie Myron . 
Carrie Combs. 

fjettie Kerr 

Li/zie Gallagher 

Ceeile p]aton 

Mary Marl)le.. . . 
Sophia Bergeron 
Amelia O'C'ounor 

Josie O'Brien 

Kittie Maher 

Lillie Meehau 

Mabel Courtney 

Lillie Stearns ." 

Lillie Smith 

Maud Cleary Not 

Elva Beau pre 

Mary Hall 



:1 



J. 



g.^?, 



POITKTH GRADE. 



Nellie O'Leary 

Mary Ann Quinlan., 

Agnes Woods 'l K.jj.'j ....... 

Katie Ross ". 

Nellie O'Hara 

Mollie O'Neil s. . . (. .0. . y^- 

Annie Coins (Xjw^ .^jUv 

Stella Schmitt 

Nettie Traynor ¥ 

Emma O'Connor 

Lizzie Duddleston . . , . 

Annie Keane 

Maggie Burns 

Cora Redpath 



WTAX/ 



83 

83 
81 
81 
81 

78 
78 



76 
75 
73 
55 
Ex. 



92 

92 

87 

87 
87 



Schol. 
Ave. 



90 

88 
86 
86 
91 
90 
84 
80 
75 
80 
84 
80 
70 
66 
96 
90 



95 
95 
90 
92 
90 



85 


92 


83 


87 


83 


89 


87 


90 


89 


92 


85 


90 


80 


88 


78 


80 


78 


89 


76 


80 


75 


80 


75 


83 


71 


80 


69 


75 


74 


75 


Ex. 


69 


( i 


79 


( ( 


87 


85 


83 


84 


91 


83 


80 


83 


94 


82 


74 


82 


85 


81 


85 


80 


87 


76 


70 


74 


87 


72 


87 


Abs'nt 


79 


i i 


88 


( 1 


85 



Dep. 



100 

98 

95 

92 

91 

99 

100 

97 

96 

95 

100 

100 

98 

100 

100 

100 



100 

100 

100 

90 

100 

100 

90 

100 

100 

100 

90 

85 

93 

90 

90 

90 

100 

90 

88 

100 

90 

90 

100 



80 

100 

80 

100 

70 

91 

88 

88 

75 

95 

95 

95 

90 

100 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



90 
97 
78 
88 
67 
90 
97 
93 
91 
85 

100 
99 
98 
99 

100 

too 



100 
98 
98 
89 
98 

100 
88 

100 
95 

100 
80 
80 
89 
89 
85 
84 
90 
88 
85 
98 
83 
89 

100 



100 
80 

100 
50 
80 
90 
85 
50 
90 
90 
95 
95 
99 



©- 



sr. XAVIEK S ACADEMY. 



45 



-® 



iEx.Av. 



THIRD GRADE. 



Schol. 
Ave. 



Ursula Murphy 86 

Mamit' Iliggins j 83 

Katie llynn ; 81 

Rosie Foote I 81 

Edith Tlioinas 



I 80 

Bessie C'udahy ' 79 

Ella Simpson 

Lulu O'Brien 

Ethe Evov 



Maggie Cotton . 



78 
77 
76 
75 

75 
73 

79 



iz 



Nellie Egan 

Mamie Lamb . . .r, .y.lt. . . . .;. 

3Iaria Bontield . . h . ... .- SU.,^Atti 

Nellie O'Brien 

Florence Bane 70 

Mary Agnes Barnett 63 

Jennie Fey 61 

Katie Lawler 61 

Mollie Lewinsohn ! 55 

Blanche Deloulme Abs'nt 

Mamie Montague 

Hattie Strauss 

Hattie Isham 



SECOND (tRADE — A. 

.Maggie Bradbury 

^Lamie C'leary 

Jessie Foster 

.Maggie Cantield 

( )live Snow 

Mamie O'Leary 

Sarah Foote . 

Annie Savoie 

Maudie Di.xon 

Mary Murphy 

Jeanuette Migely 

Grace Hayes 

Birdie Hammond 

.Marv Savoie 

Mav Maher 

Neilie Whelan 

Marv Willis 



87 
87 
84 
86 
83 
82 
79 
73 
71 
67 
64 
60 
60 
Abs'nt 



SECOND (4H.VDE — IJ. 

Florence Dasconibe I'roinoted! 

Annie Shannon « • • ' 

Flora Russell 

Lillian Cantield 

Trixie (jrarnieson 

Pearlie Roducrs 84 

Mary lielle McMaiion 81 

Josie Bradbury 

Lucy Gillespie . 

Clara Feeny 

Kittle Hickey 

Dottle Ray .' 

Lucile Deloulme Abs'nt 

Maggie Powers 

Alice Lincoln " 



87 
86 
85 
85 
85 



78 
78 
71 
70 
57 



93 
89 
74 
91 
93 
80 
92 
90 
85 
93 
79 
84 
76 
i t 
90 
87 
75 
84 
75 
85 
89 
85 
76 



91 
82 
91 
95 
72 
82 
82 
91 
62 
77 
87 
91 
90 
81 
79 
Hi) 
82 



88 
90 
88 
87 
86 
85 
83 
81 
81 
80 
79 
75 
80 
79 
80 



Dep. 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



100 

90 

60 
100 
100 1 

80 
100 
100 
100 
100 

90 

85 

75 

80 
100 
100 

95 

95 

60 I 
100 j 

so I 
100 i 
100 



100 

90 

100 

100 

90 

80 

100 

100 

60 

90 

100 

80 

100 

100 

80 

75 

95 



80 
100 
100 

so 

75 

80 
100 

75 
100 
100 
100 

75 
100 

90 

80 



100 

90 

65 

100 

100 

75 

100 

100 

95 

90 

93 

f-0 

70 

75 

100 

100 

90 

90 

50 

100 

75 

100 

97 



100 
90 

100 

100 
85 
85 

100 

100 
50 
90 

100 
75 

100 
90 
70 
85 
94 



70 

100 

100 
So 
60 
75 
80 
70 

-90 

100 
90 
50 
90, 
85 
70 



®- 



46 



-m 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



SECOND GRADE — B — Continued. 



Josie McKinniss . . 

Mary Burns 

C'orinna McMullin 



FIRST GRADE — A. 

Norinno Johnson Promoted 

Anirela ("loary " 

Nellie Neville 

Minnie Moran " 

Grace Edson " 

Florence Botham 

Josie Bragg 

Florence Head 

Florence Donovan 

Cora Bentley 

Mabel Warren 

Nellie Mulhall 

Gracie Manslield 



FIRST GRADE — B. 

Carrie Starbuck Promoted 

Lillie Shannon 

Florence Ray Young " 

Kiltie Edgell '. 

Edith HoWard 

Bella Hannnond 

Clara Heissler 

Kittle McDermott 

Aggie Cliimiu 

Roxie Mailer 

Mamie Hudson 

Laura Foote 

Rosie Burns 

Verna McGinn 

Mabel Sherwood 




Abs'nt 



85 
84 
84 
81 
80 
78 
Abs'nt 



86 
85 
85 
80 
78 
75 
70 
Abs'nt 



Schol. 
Ave. 




78 
77 
75 

86 

83 
80 
80 
80 
80 
85 
84 
83 
83 
80 
80 
75 



87 
85 
83 
80 
80 
78 
75 
80 
75 
75 
73 
70 
70 
65 
60 



100 
100 
100 

90 

100 

75 

85 

90 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

75 

100 



75 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 

75 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



Obs. of 
Kule. 



100 
100 
100 



85 

95 

65 

75 

65 

100 

90 

100 

100 

100 

100 

65 

100 



60 

85 

80 

85 

80 

75 

100 

100 

60 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

90 



GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 



-© 



AVERAGES FOR SECOND SESSION. 



FOURTH YEAR. 

Lizzie Milnamow 

Kittle Bradley 

Alice Higgins 

Lizzie Cvidaliy 

iViary Murphy 

Rose O'Brien 

Kittie Miluampw ! 

Kittie Hastings 

THIRD YEAR. 

.Julia Greene , 

Cassie Drum 

Gertrude Jaclison 

Lillie Sandmeier 

Laura Glenn 

SECOND YEAR. 

.Jennie Murphy 

Mary O'Hara 

Nellie Cahill 

Mary A. Enright 

Sibbie Convey 

Jjaura Sandmeier 

Alma Ahem 

FIRST YEAR. 

Bessie Cleary 

Carrie Wild 

Cecilia Mitclu^ll 

Mary Stringer 

May Williamson 

Mary 0'J)onnell 

Annie Ivenny, Eclectic 

Annie McGrath 

Je.ssie Brown 

Hattie Brown 

EIGHTH CiRADE. 

Veronica ]\Iurphy Promoted 

Celia Miu'phy " 

Caroline Convey '' 

Leoni liivard " 

Mary Rivard " 

Su.sie Bontield 

Celia Cudahy 

Marie Stearns " 

47 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Ave. 


Dep. 


Ol)s,of 
Rule. 


95 


93 


100 


100 


94 


94 


95 


90 


93 


90 


95 


90 


91 


91 


98 


90 


90 


90 


100 


95 


90 


92 


95 


90 


90 


90 


100 


100 


90 


89 


100 


90 


96 


95 


100 


95 


95 


94 


100 


100 


95 


93 


100 


95 


91 


91 


100 


98 


90 


91 


100 


90 


94 


94 


100 


' 10(1 


93 


95 


100 


100 


90 


90 


100 


100 


88 


87 


100 


89 


86 


89 


84 


100 


87 


87 


100 


90 


86 


87 


100 


90 


86 


88 


100 


89 


84 


86 


100 


90 


82 


81 


100 


90 


80 


79 


100 


89 


76 


77 


90 


S8 


79 


75 


100 


89 


79 


77 


100 


90 


86 


87 


100 


100 


94 


90 


100 


100 


91 


90 


100 


100 


94.3 


95 


100 


100 


94.2 


95 


100 


100 


92 


94 


100 


96 


91 


93 


100 


96 


90 


93 


100 


96 


89 


93 


100 


100 


89 


93 


100 


93 


88 


90 


100 


93 



©- 



48 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



EIGHTH GRADE — Continued. 



Ex.Av. 



Mary O'Connell. 
Lizzie Brennan . 
Eleanor Horijan 
Belle McNiflf^ . . 

Lena Moos 

Lena Hildman . . 
Maoo-ie Murphy 
Ao-nes Dalev 



Mary Finn'': '. '. M'A^^tfU^.,. V^^^I^.'P. 
Gracie Beuseville / 



Nora Sullivan. 
Annie Boli-er. 



87 
86 
84 
84 
84 
82 
82 
81 
79 
Ab-s'ut 



Schol. 
Ave. 



Dep. 



SEVENTH GRADE. 

Lizzie Blisli Promoted yj 

Celia Katz " 88 

Annie Hyan " ' y8 

Cora Walter • ' 88 

Minnie Keefer " 88 

Mary Barrett " 87 

Mary Sanders " 85 

Maiii!:ie Bowen ' " 85 

Mary Foote j 82.8 

Annie Sandmeier ' 82.8 

Kittie Cleary I 77 

Kittle Dalton I 75 

Sarah Straus ! 68 

Marv Einbecker Ahs'nf 



SIXTH (iKAOK. 

Lillie Tryber Promoted 

.lessee Supplee 

Mary Stafford 

Maii»ie Murphv 

Pearl Hunt. . . ". 

Mary Eairan 

Mary Morley 

.Mathilda Cousineau 



8!» 
89 
88 
87 
85 
85 
88 

( )liie Hic-hmond i 82 

Nanie Brown 

Nellie Tracey 

Louisa Heissler 

Nellie Hayes 

Katie Hudson 

Aiiiies Sheridan 

Katie Donnelly 

Annie Hudson 

Cora lluiihes 

Annie Hartford 

Maud Sweetnam ■ 

France-' Betz 



78 
1 1 

< I 

76 
76 

74 

70 

Abs'nt 



FIFTH CK.VUK. 

Alice Shannon Promoted 

Lucy Brennan 

JiUia Rvan 



94 
92 
90 



88 
87 
87 
86 
87 
86 
86 
85 
81 
85 
83 
85 
81 



90 
89 
92 

89 

85' 

84 

82 

85 

80 

80 

76 

77 

70 

85 



86 
84 
81 
87 
87 
85 
83 
83 
79 
79 
78 
79 
76 
75 
76 
75 
80 
83 
92 
81 
82 



92 
93 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



100 

95 

100 

98 

98 

98 

90 

92 

90 

97 

100 

100 

100 

98 



93 

99 

86 

99 

90 

100 

99 

100 

99 

99 

100 

99 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 

100 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



94 
89 
90 

100 
95 

100 
96 
96 
98 

100 
90 

100 

100 



90 
90 
90 
90 
94 
98 
85 
88 
85 
98 
90 
96 
95 
90 



83 
93 
84 
98 
83 
96 
97 
99 
91 
95 
99 
97 
97 
85 
99 
97 
100 
99 
100 
100 
100 



I 



98 

95 

100 



95 
94 
92 



©- 



-* 



ST. xavier's acadkmy. 



49 



FIFTH GRADE — Continued. 

Virtfinia Tracv Promoted 

Lufu Blish..." [] 

Sophia Bergeron 

Mary Marble '' 

Josie O'Brien 

Amelia O'C'onnor 

Lillie Meehan 

Kosie C'ella 

Katie Malier 

Maiul Cieary 

Annie Mvron 

Ellen Butler 

^Ial)el Courtney 

Lillie Smith. .' 

Lillie Stearns 

Nettie Wicke.s 



Ex.Av 



8S 
86 
86 
86 
84 
83 
82 
73 
79 
78 
Ahs'nt 



Schol. 
Ave. 



FOURTH GRADE. 

.Mary Ann Quinlan Promoted. 

Katie Ross 

Lizzie Duddleston 

Kittle Canfield 

Nellie ( )'Leary 

Mollie O'Neif |' 

Aiuiie Coins 

Agnes Woods 

Nellie O'Hara 

Enuna O'Connor 

Stella Sehmitt 

Nettie Traynor 

Katie Clare 

Magiiie Bvu-ns 

THIRD GRADE. 

Ursula Murphy Promoted, 

Rosie Foote 

Lulu ( )'Brlcn 

Bessie Cudaliy 

Blanche Deloulme 

.Mamie Higgins " 

.Maria Bontield '' 

Etlie Evoy 

Xcllie O'Brien 

Mamie Laml) 

Katie Kyan 

Maggie Bradljury 

Florence Bane 

Ilattie Strauss 

Maggie Cotton 

Mamie Montague 

Nellie Egan 

Marv Murray 

Nell'ie Hegarty 

Jennie Fej' 

Jessie Foster 

Katte Lawler 

Mamie Cieary 

Katie Ryan 



95 
94 
93 
93 

91 
91 
90 

89 
87 
86 
8.") 
8.-) 
83 
Abs'nt 



91 

91 
89 
87 
82 
86 
78 
80 
73 
80 
88 
9o 
81 
76 
70 
76 

90 
93 

88 
88 
86 
85 
85 
82 
85 
85 
85 
80 
74 
84 



96 


92 


93 


87 


92 


92 


92 


86 


92 


88 


91 


91 


90 


85 


90 


88 


90 


83 


89 


85 


89 


89 


88 


80 


87 


81 




80 


85 


80 


85 


81 


84 


81 


83 


80 



84 
83 
81 
81 
81 
80 



<•) 
76 
79 
67 

I.) 

70 
(U 



Dep. 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



98 

99 

93 

8') 

98 

85 
100 
100 

90 

93 

94 
100 

92 
100 

85 1 
100 I 

100 
100 
100 
100 

95 

84 

85 

80 

80 

80 
100 

80 

95 

90 

100 

100 

100 

85 

100 

90 

80 

97 

75 

100 

75 

100 

100 

95 

95 

95 

82 

100 

94 

75 

100 

75 

100 

100 

KWI 



99 
95 
92 

80 

85 

90 

9(5 

95 

80 

85 

90 
100 

89 

99 

87 
100 

100 
100 
100 
100 

100 
80 
80 
76 
70 
80 
96 
78 
85 
88 

100 
100 
100 

8;; 

100 

so 

70 
92 
60 
95 
70 

100 

100 
80 
94 
90 
90 
92 
95 
70 

100 
68 
90 

100 
so 



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THIRD GRADE — C'ollt ilHU'cl. 

]\[ai'y AgiK's Baniett 

llatfif Isliam 

Ella Simpson 

Edith Thomas 

Mollie Li'winsohn 

SECOND ORADE — A. 

Magg'ie Cauticid Promoted 

Annie Shannon 

Sarah Foote " 

Mary Savoie 

MayMahcr. 

Annie Savoie 

Lillie Canfield 

Maud Dixon 

Gracie Haves 

Flora Russell 

P^dna App 

Olive Snow 

Jeannette Mig'ely 

Mamie ()'l>eary 

Mary Mvuphy 

Florence Dascorabe 

Trixie Garmeson 

SECOKD GRADE — 15 

Angela Cleary Promoted 

Josie Bradbury 

Mary Burns 

Lucy (Jillespie 

Ijueile Deloulme 

Maggie Powers " 

Birdie Hanmiond 

Marie Gutlahy 

Clara Feenv." 

Mary B. McMahon 

^Minnie Foster 

Florence Head 

Kittle Hickey 

Minnie Moran 

Flossie Goodell 

Gracie F^dson 

Dottle Hay 

Peariie Rogers 

Nellie Neville 

FIRST GRADE — A. 

Gora Bently Promoted. 

Josie Bragg 

("arrie Starbuck " 

IJIlie Sliannon 

Laura Zeigler 

Florence Young 

Florence Botliam 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

Bella Hammond Promoted. 

Aggie Clinnin 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Ave. 


Dcp. 


76 


73 


100 


Abs'nt 


74 


75 


i t 


88 


100 


i i 


88 


100 


ii 


75 


80 


95 


89 


100 


93 


94 


100 


90 


82 


100 


87 


80 


75 


86 


80 


100 


85 


80 


100 


85 


83 


75 


84 


81 


75 


84 


80 


90 


84 


80 


100 


84 


81 


75 


82 


80 


100 


84 


76 


100 


Abs'nt 


85 


85 


( i 


80 


90 


i i 


83 


80 


( ( 


80 


80 


90 


91 


100 


89 


90 


80 


88 


89 


100 


88 


85 


100 


87 


85 


100 


85 


84 


90 


85 


84 


85 


85 


85 


100 


84 


85 


90 


84 


83 


100 


84 


82 


100 


80 


81 


100 


80 


80 


100 


72 


65 


75 


71 


60 


100 


70 


65 


85 


Abs'nt 


90 


75 


i i 


88 


70 


I i 


70 


75 


89 


85 


100 


88 


86 


100 


85 


80 


75 


84 


80 


100 


Abs'nt 


80 


95 


i I 


80 


80 


I t 


70 


100 


88 


89 


75 


75 


80 


85 



Otis, of 
Knle. 



100 
60 

100 
100 

75 



100 

100 

100 

60 

90 

95 

50 

70 

65 

100 

50 

100 

100 

80 

80 

75 

70 

100 
75 

80 
85 
95 
85 
80 

100 
80 
90 

100 
80 

100 
50 

100 
70 
50 
40 
50 

100 

100 

50 

90 

80 

75 

100 

60 
70 



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51 



FIRST GRADE — B — Continued. 


Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Ave. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rule. 


Rosie Burns 


71 

70 
70 
70 
68 
65 
Abs'nt 

i i 


75 
75 
74 
70 
70 
70 
85 
75 


100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
80 
100 


90 


Roxii' iliiher 


90 


Kittie McDcrmott 


90 


3Iamie Hudson 

Laura Foote 


100 
100 


Lillie Moran 


90 


Edith Howard 

Clara Heissler 


80 
100 







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RULES FOE THE BOARDERS. 



The pupils .should remember that in an institution of this kind it would 
he impossible to preserve order without well-established rules; and when 
these rules are once understood, each young- lady should consider it her 
duty, not only to observe them .strictly, but also to aid her companions in 
doing the same, thereby rendering a rao.st acceptable assi.stance to her 
teachers, whose greatest pleasm-e among them will lie derived from tlieii- 
assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The tir.-t and most important rule concerns tlieir religious (hities. 
which fill will he recpiired to attend punctually. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during tlie time 
allowed for recreation in the room appointed for that purpose; but even 
during tile hours set apart for recreation it is never permitted in tlie halls 
or on the .stairs. 

od. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall, or any room in 
which all are assembled, without iiermission from the presiding Sister. 

4th. No i)upil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the jnirpose of 
safe keeping it is deposited in the hands of the treasurer; also nil Ji irrlri/. 
e.xcept a breast-i)in. pair of ear-rings and small chain. 

otli. PxuTowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

(ith. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at le.nst onre in 
two weeks. 

Tth. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to exclude 
all otiiers. or become remarkable; on the contrary, all should try to lie 
sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, esjiecially townnl new 
pupils. 

Sth. During the recreation hours no work is permitted that will |irevenl 
the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the nund and 
pre|iaring it for future study. 

!Hh. Xo books lirought to the academy, by the pupils can be read with- 
out sultmitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are also subject 
to the inspection of the Directress. 

tOth. No visits allowed except at the apjxiinted times, viz. ; Wednesday 
(iftev)iooii and Snudny. Pupils who wi.sh to give no trouble should be par- 
ticular to notify their friends of this arrangement. 

11th. Personal neatness and a particular care of books, toilet articles, 
wearing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, a.s nothing like a 
slo\enly appearance will be tolerated A young lady who is careless in this 
respect must expect to loose all udod marks as well as the respect of her 
teachers and C(mipanions. 

\'2X\\. yUWw i)uinls are not allowed to leave their respective rooms during 
the hoiu's given them for jiractice, neither .should they speak in those rooms. 

IHtli. No ])upil is allowed to go to her room diH'iiig school or recreation 
hour-j without special permission. 



CATALOGUE OF PUPILS 



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CHICAGO. 



FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAH 188G-87. 



CHIC A (JO: 
DONOHUE & HENNEBERRY, PRINTERS. 

1887. 



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ST. XAYIEE'S ACADEMY, 



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PROSPECTUS. 



OF 



SAINT XAYIER'S ACADEMY. 



Conducted by the Sisters of Merc}^ 



This Institution, first opened in 1846, is now permanently located on the 
corner of Wabash avenue and Twenty-ninth street, about three miles from 
the center of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious and well 
adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connected with the 
various apartments, and the entire building is heated by .steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to health, 
and those parents and guardians who have patronized the Academy during 
the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation which 
exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy 
enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to .secure 
order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of five months each, the 
first session commencing on the first of September ; the second on the first of 
Februar}'. A vacation of about one week is allowed at Christmas, when 
pupils are permitted to visit their parents if thej" desire it. If residents of 
the city, they are permitted to do so onrcn month — generally the first Sunday 
of the month, unless deprived of this privilege for non-observance of rule. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends; visits on other days must prove detrimental to i)upils, since study is 
necessaril}' interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to tlie 
supervision of the Directress. 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no case leave (as 
is sometimes the practice), just before the close of the ycai-, without serious 
damage to their standing, besides forfeiting i)rizes. 

No deduction is made for the first two or last two weeks of a term, nor 
for absence, except in cases of protracted sickness. 



4, ST xavikh's academy. 



Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention consistent 
with the spirit of a mild but firm government is paid to the comfort of the 
young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst tlie greatest care is taken to 
nourish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion which alone 
can render education profitable. JYo undue iitfluenrc /,■< i-xcirised over tlie 
religioiiH opinions of non-Catholic pupils ; however, for the sake of order, (dl 
are required to conform to the external discipline of the Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to 
parents and guardians. 

At the Annual Distribution of Premiums, those who have given evidence 
of polite and ainial)le deportment, are crowned by the Most Reverend Arch- 
bishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and \iscful 
education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composition, History 
and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed each pupil for Plain 
antl Ornamental Needle-work. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on tJiouc imUj who take the full Aca- 
demic Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the j'ear, their session always 
commencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness, and all that constitutes lady- 
like deportment. 

There are two examinations eacli year, after which any pupil who may 
be found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the 
latter the Acatlemy is opened at 8 o'clock. 

Recitation commences at 9 o'clock precisely, and continues until ;5:30 
1'. M., with an intermission of three-quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the j'oung ladies, as well as their promotion, depends 
in a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they should never 
be encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except in case of illness. Par- 
ents should also see that they attend to evening study while at home, as it is 
useless to expect perfect recitation without private study. 

No young lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation hours, 
except in extraordinary cases. 



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COURSE OF STUDY. 

FIRST YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Word and sentence method from eliart and panorama: also 
first reader. 

Writing: Name of pupil and place of residence on slate. Name of 
teacher and school. Copy from chart and book. 

Arithmetic: Counting forward and backward by I's, 2's, 5's and lO's 
to 100; by 3's and 4's to 48; by 6's and 8's to 24. The signs +, — , X, ^, 
= , $, and the use of them. Learn to read and write one period of figures. 
Addition and subtraction tables on board from 1 to 5. Addition on slate 
and board. Roman numerals. 

Music: Learn to recognize and sing the tones " Do," " Me," " Sol " (1, 
8, of a key); the upper octave of " Do " and " Mi," and the lower octave 
of " Sol " and " Mi." Practice these from manual signs, from the modu- 
lator, from the Tonic Sol-fa notation and from the staff. Recognize and 
produce the strong- and weak accents, and the simplest divisions of time, 
viz.: the beat, half-beat, two-part and three-part measure. As supplement- 
ary work, from eight to twelve simple songs to be learned by rote during 
the year. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, first series of Calkins'. Bright's lan- 
guage lessons to seventh topic. Use of period and interrogation mark. 
Politeness. 

SECOND YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Second reader. Before commencing to read, all difficult 
words pronounced correctly and meaning given. A siiort sketch of the 
lessons given from memory. 

Writing: The spelling lesson written on slate. Copying from board or 
book. Short .sentences containing certain words given by teacher. Use of 
pencil on paper. Short letters to be written first on slates. 

Speli-ing: Oral and written from reader, after which the speller to 
page 24. 

Arithmetic: Addition and subtraction tables in mental arithmetic from 
5'io lO^itli analysis on same pages. ^Multiplication table and analy.sis to 
J 5's. In practical arithmetic, addition and subtraction completed. Multipli- 
cation to three figures in multiplier. Read and write llirce periods of fig- 
ures. Counting by 2"s, 3's and 9's to 100. 

Music: Review work of first year. In addition to tones already learned, 
to recognize and produce the tones " Re" and " Si," and practice as in first 
year. The last term of this year the remaining tones of the scale, " La" 
and "Fa," may be studied. Intnxluce four-part measure, one and one-half 
beat tones, quarter-beat tones, and rests corresponding to all the above tone 
lengths. The songs for this year shall for the most part be included in the 
above lessons, rather than to lie learned by rote. 

Drawing: On cards — Krusi's method; also on blackboard. 



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6 ST. xaviek's academy. 

Miscellaneous: Phonic analysis. Object lesson, first and second series. 
Language lessons, first grade reviewed and completed. Time b_y the clock. 
Divisions of time. Colors. Politeness. 

THIRD YEAR OR GRADE. 

Heading: First half of third reader with meaning of difficult words. 

Writing: Commence copy-book. Short letters once a week. 

Spelling: Reed's Word Lessons, p;jges 24 to 45, oral and written; also 
supplementary grade words. 

Christian Dgctrlne: For Catholics only. First lessons with explana- 
tions. 

Geogr.umiy: Primary to page 33, with globe. 

Arithmetic: In the mental, multiplication tables with analysis com- 
pleted. Division tables and analysis. Review addition and subtraction. 
Complete multiplication. Short division and long division to three figures 
in divisor. Read and write four periods of figures. 

Music: Review with great care the work of the first and second years. 
Learn to pitch tunes in different keys by the use of a C pitch-pipe or tuning- 
fork. The songs for this year shall all be taught as music reading lessons. 

Drawing: Books one and two. Blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons , third series. Language lessons, second 
grade. Abbreviatiop< Use of comma. Divisions of time. LTse of Tel- 
lurian. Politene<<^ /^- r ■ 

FOURTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

liij^AlSiNtJ : Third reader completed. Occasional sight reading. 
Writing: Copy-book. Short letters. Composition of about one dozen 
lines once a week. 

Si'ELi-iNG: From page 45 to 61, with supplementary grade words. 

AuiTiiMETic: Multiplication and division reviewed. L. C. Multiple. 
"^,. C. Divisor. Cancellation and fractions to multiplication. Review mul- 
tiplication. Read and write five periods of figures. 

GEcxiRAPiiY: Primary completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Continuation of Catechism with explanations. 

JVIusic: After review, introduce six-part measure, three-quarter and 
quarter-beat tones, and increasing difilculties in time and tune. 

DRAWiN(i: Books three and four; also blackboard drawing. 

]\IiscELLANEOUS: Object lessons , third series reviewed. Language, 
second grade reviewed. Oral Grammar. Politeness. ////.' -^fv^^-a-^f'^*^ 

FIFTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fourth reader. Sight reading. 
Writing: Copy-book. Compositions on given subjects. Letter writing 
every two weeks. 

Speixing: From page 55 to page 76, and supplementary words. 
Arithmetic: Mental, from page 31 to page 67. Practical, complete 




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io. jH\v.^')^\jLy..u;;r 



eography: B^ectic. Complete. North America, with map of sam? 
C^KiSTiAN Doctrine: BntJer's Catechism. 



Gra>i^mar: To page -6?. /Parsing nouns, pronouns and adjectives. 
Analysis olshort sentences. 

Music: l)fe^rn to recognize and trace modulations to different keys, and to 
acquire the ability to pass from one key to another without instrumental aid. 

Drawing: Bbok five, with blackboard drawing. 

MiscELXjANEOUs:^\ObjectJ^ons, third series reviewed, and one-half of 
fourth. Language lessons, third grade. Abbreviations. Tellurian. Roman 
numerals. Punctuation marks. Politeness. .'^';>.'t^»>-<---y->'t---<t'<t/^i'^«-«-'' ' 

SIXTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Fourth reader completed, together with supplementary 
reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Letter writing every two weeks. Composition 
every week on topics designated by the teacher. 

Spelling: From page 69 to 100; also grade words. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic from page 67 to 96. Practical 
arithmetic. Review fractions. Decimals to compound numbers. Read 
and. write six periods. 

(jtEOGRApiiy: To South America. Map of LTuited States. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. Kt 

Gra^Htar: Descriptive part, to page "68C including linefprint and 
parsing. Analysis of simple sentences, and first two rules of syntax.. 

Music: A, thorough practice on all the above, with still greater difficul- 
ties in tune, time and part singing. 

Drawing: Bbiok six, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous^., Object lessons , fourth series. Tellurian. [^Language 
lessons, fourth and fifth grades. Abbreviations. Roman numerals. 
Politeness. 7^*'yiA,-e^ ^,4**-'»^'-p^-^ ' 

SEVENTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fifth reader. Supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Composition every week. Letters every two 
weeks. 

Spelling: From page 100 to 130. Dictation; also grade words. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic, from page 96 to 118. Practical 
arithmetic. Compound numl)ers. 

GoiOGRAPiiY: From South America through. Map of South America, 
Asia and Illinois. /Ct /lo^b 

GRAiiMAR: From page"^ to TSli; also to rule ten in syntax. 

CIIRIS■n^^N Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

HisTORY:\United States, first half, to Revolution. Bible history, Old 
Testament. 

Music: Com^und measures. Minor scales and key. 

Dr.vwing: Bool^ seven, Avitli blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lesson s, fifth .series. \J,Tellurian. Abbi^evia- ^ 
tions. Language lessons, sixth and seventh grades. _ (j' /t-^tt 



ST. XAVIEU S ACADEMY. 



EIGHT YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading : Last half of fifth reader, with supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Composition, weekly. Letters, bi-weekl)'. 

Spelling: From page 180 to 180. Dictation. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual, from page 118 to 129. Practical arithmetic. 
Percentage to Stocks. ' 

Geography: ]\Iap of Europe, Africa and Palestine. 

GitAMMAR: Completed. 

History: United States, completed. Bible history, completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism, completed. 

IMrsic: First principles of harmony. 

Drawing: Book eight, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, sixth series. Language les.sons, eighth 
grade. Tellurian. - 7^0-, >^-t-¥u< 

FIRST YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth reader, first half. Supplementary sight reading. 

Christian Doctiune: Deharbe's Catechism, with explanations. 

Writing: Copy-book; copies set by teacher. Letters, bi-weekly. 

Etymology: Word analysis, first half. 

Arithmetic: Stocks, insurance, ratio and proportion, alligation, in- 
volution and evolution. Intellectual, from page 129 to 149. 

Physical Geography: General history, first half. Familiar science. 

Rhetoric: To versification, and composition every week. French and 
German optional. 

Music: Review of the past, with chorus singing. Instrumental music 
optional; also private vocal lessons. 

Drawing: Krusi's method, book nine, witli object drawing. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth completed. Sight reading from histories. 

Christian Doctrine, Deharbe's continued. 

Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from copies by teacher on board. 

Etymology: Completed. Test words from speller.' 

Arithmetic: Complete arithmetic finished. Intellectual completed. 

Algebra: First half. 

General History: Completed. 

Rhetoric: Completed. 

Physiology: French and German optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons optional. 

Drawing: Book ten, with object drawing. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Reading: Historical and literary, from classical authors. 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADKMY. 



Arithmetic: Review complete aritlimetic. 
Ai.GEBRA : Last half, with selections from University algebra. 
Christian Doctrine : Debarbe's continued. 
Book-keeping: Botany. 
Literature: English, complete. 
Composition and Epistolary Correspondence. 
Civil Government, Political Economy. French and German 
optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons optional. 
Drawing: Book eleven, with sketching from nature. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

Reading: Philosophical and political. 
Writing: Plain and ornamental, from board. 
Geometry and Trigonometry. 
Epistolary Composition and Essay Writing. 
Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's completed. 

Astronomy, Natural Phii,osophy, Zoology, Geology, Mythology, 
Chemistry. French, German and Latin optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons optional. 
Drawing: Book twelve, with sketching from nature. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS 

FOLLOWS: 

51^ o'clock, Rise. 

6.1^ " . Morning Prayers and Mass. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by recreation. 
« " Study. 

9 " Recitation in respective class-rooms. 

11^4 " Dinner and recreation. 
12^^^ " Study. 

1 " Mai hematics. 

2 " Plain sewing, penmanship, etc. 
4 " Luncheon and recreation. 

41 2 " Study lesons for next day. 

6 " Supper. Kosary (for the Catholics). 

61 2^ " Recreation. 

8 " Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective 

dormitories for the night. 



jSfndies will be reswtned fJ/c First Ifonday in September, ami 
ltd ijouiHj lady who is not then i)i attendance will be allowed to 
compete for the Deportment Medal and Class MedaU. For the 
otliev medals it is necessary to be at least nine months in the 
Institution. 



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INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Urbach's Method, Five-finger exercises, Jousse's Musical Catecliism. 

First DrvisioN. 
Instructor and Catechism continued, major and minor scales, similar 
and contraiy motion, Czerny's Eas}' studios, occasional pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
Second Division. 
Liebert and Stark's Method, major and minor .scales in thirds, sixths; 
catechism; Leraoine's Juvenile Studies— first book, easy sonatas. 

First Division. 

Liebert and Stark's Method continued, catechism and scales; Lemoine's 
Juvenile Studies — second book, sonatas and pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Bertiui's Etudes; Czerny's and Heller's Etudes, selections from Ley- 
bach, Gott.schalk, etc.; catechism. 

First Division. 
Cramer's Studies— first book; selections from Chopin, Weber, Schumann, 
Beethoven's easier sonatas, etc. ; harmony (Weitzman's Manual), history of 
music commenced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 
Loeschorn's and Cramer's Studies continued, Beethoven's sonatas, Liszt's 
rhapsodies, Chopin's polonaises, etc., Weitzman's Manual of Harmony, his- 
tory of music continued. 

VOCAL MUSIC. 



Scale singing, intervals, easy pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Fifty Lessons, minor and chromatic scales, ballads. Abt's 
exercises. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Twenty-five Lessons; selections from Rossini, Yerdi, Don- 
izetti, etc. 

All are expected to attend class-singing, which is free. Private vocal 



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TERMS. 

(FOR BOARDERS.) 
Pek Session of Five Months in Advance. 

Board aud tuition, in English and music - - - - - $150 

Languages, each - lo 

Oil painting - ------ 35 

Water color - - - - 25 

Crayon ............. 25 

Harp - - -" - - - - - - ■ - - - - 40 

Guitar ;>0 

Vocal lessons and harmony, each ....... ;]0 

Washing - - - 5 

For chemical and phy.sical apparatus, etc . , in senior classes - - - 3 

Tliere are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more sisters 
at the .same time, 

Books, stationery, etc., are furnished at the usual retail price, but never 
on credit. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, suit- 
able for each season. Toilet articles: six towels, four table-napkins, a knife 
and fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, napkin-ring, goblet, two yards of carpeting 
or a rug, and two yards black net for vailing. 

Xo particular uniform is required. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 

TERMS. 

(FOR DAY-SCHOLARS,) 
Per Qcaktek or Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

ACADEMIC department. 

English branches ^l.j 

Mu.sic -.-..-...-... 15 

Use of piano - - 5 

Painting for the pupils 1,5 

Painting for those who do not attend school ----- 25 

Cra.yon for those who do not attend school ..... 25 

Crayon for pupils - 15 

Drawing ............ 5 

Guitar - 15 

Vocal lessons and harmony, each - - ..... 15 

intermediate DEPARTMENT. 

EnglLsh l)ranches for Juveniles ....... ,f 10 

English branches for Minims - - 5 

Music for Juniors - 10 



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CATALOGUE OF PUPILS. 

From September, 1886, to June, 1887. 



App, Edna Chicago, 111. 

Austin, Emma " 

Armour, Milton " 

Barry, Kittie " 

Barnett, Mary " 

Barrett, Mary " 

Brennan, Lucy " 

Brennan, Lizzie " 

l^riody, Maggie " 

Blish, Lizzie •' 

lilish, Lulu 

Hlish, Florence .■ *' 

Bradbury, Maggie Kankakee, 

Bradbury, Josie '' 

Best, Emma Chicago, 

Benson, Idalia. ... '' 

Bentley, Cora 

Bartlett. ^ladeliue " *' 

liergeron. Sophia Tucker. " 

Backus, May Harvard. 

Brinks. Gertrude Chicago. 

Brookens. Mattie De Kalb. 

Brown. Nannie , Chicago, '' 

Brooks, Gertrude St. Louis, Mo. 

Bo wen, Maggie Chicago. 111. 

Burks, Edna Sullivan. Lul. 

lUirks, (iracie 

Boughton, Florence Chicago, 111. 

Butler. Helen 

liragg, Josie 

Buell, Floyd Quinnesec, i\Iich. 

Bonfield, Susie Chicago, III. 

Bonfield, Laura 

Bonfield, ^Nlaria 

Callanan, ]\Larv 

Cahill, Xellie." 



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Cavanaugh, Bridget Cold water, Micb. 

Canfield, Kittie Cliicago, 111. 

Caniield, Maggie C'oldwater, Mich, 

Canfield, Liliie 

Cella. Rosa 

Chamberlain, Edith " 

Clare, Kittie '• '" 

Clark, Annie '* " 

Clark, Mary Chicago. Ill 

Cleary, Mamie '* "' 

Cleary, Angela Coldwater, Mich 

Convey, Sibbie Ashkum, " 

Convey, Carrie " " 

Corbett, Nora Chicago, 111 

Cooke, Irene " " 

Covvell, Marie 



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Cowell, Cressie " " 

Cotton, Maggie " " 

Coins, Annie " " 

Combs. Carrie Hyde Park, " 

Courtney, Mabel Chicago, '^ 

Cross, Helen Kansas City, Mo. 

Cndaliy. Bessie Chicago, 111. 

Cudahy, Julia 

t!udahy, Marie 

Daley, Lillian Minneapolis, Minn. 

Danziger. Tillie Chicago. 111. 

Dalton, Katie 

Delouhne, Blanche '*' 

Deloulme, Lucile 

Dempsey, Kittie 

Devine, Margaret " "■ 

Donnelly, Katie Escanaba Mich. 

1 )rum, Cassie Oakland, Cal. 

Duffy. Kittie Chicago, 111. 

Duddleston, Lizzie , " '* 

Dunne, Mamie " " 

Edson. Gracie '*' " 

Edgell. Kittle 

Egan, Xellie '•' " 

Egan, Mary " 

Evans, Edith Amherst, Mass. 

Evoy, Effie Chicago, 111. 

Farrell, Mercedes " " 

Feeny, Clara Huntley, 111. 

Foster, Josie Chicago, 111. 

Foster, Minnie " " 

Finn, Marv 

Flvnn, Belle Eockford, 111. 



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Foote. Mamie Chicago. 111. 

Foote, Eosie 

Foote, Sarah '* " 

Foote, Laura " '' 

Friendly, Amy " " 

Gavigan, Maggie Joliet, 111. 

(lillespie, Lucy Chicago, 

C OSS, Cracie • * " 

Goss Nellie 

Goodell, Flossie "• 

(Jlenn, Laura Oakland, Cal. 

Granger, Elizabeth Bourboimais, 111. 

Greene, Julia Chicago, "' 

Hayes, Gracie " " 

llanlon, Genevieve " 

« 

Heissler, Louise " " 

Heissler, Clara '* " 

Ilealy, Maggie Brighton, " 

Heft'ernan, Lollie Chicago, *' 

Hagarty, Nellie " " 

Head, Florence Clay Centre, Kas. 

Henderson, May Chicago, 111. 

Hickev, Kittle 

Hunt,' Pearl 

Hudson, Katie " " 

Hudson, Annie '' " 

Hudson Mamie " " 

Hudson, Clara 

Holton, Daisy " '* 

Holton, Bessie 

IIowMrd, Edith _ " 

Jackson, Gertrude Niobrara, Neb. 

Jackson, Ida " " 

Johnson, Nora Chicago, 111. 

Kahn, Carrie " 

Kane, Katie Geneva, N. Y. 

Katz, Celia.... Chicago, 111. 

Katzaner, Rose '"' 

Kenny, Annie " " 

Kenney, JMaegie " " 

Keeley, Clara 

Keelev, Katie " 

Kelly! Laura 

Keefer, Minnie 

Kennedy, Nora 

Kelly, Lucv 

Kehoe, Lillie 

Klassen, Katie " " 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



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Chicago, 111. 



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Ottawa, 
Chicago, 



Lawler, Kittie 

Left, Julia 

Loraax, Annie 

Maher, Kittie 

Maher, May 

Maher, Roxie 

Martin, Hester 

Martin, (Iracie 

Mahoney, Cecelia 

Mahoney, Tessie 

Marble, ilary 

Meehan. Lillie 

iVEercer, Katie 

Mercer, Matie 

Mercer, Essie 

Mc Adams, Florence 

McDonald, Annie 

McFarlaud, Dottie . . 

McKeon, Tessie 

McMahon, Mary " 

Mitchell, Cecelia " 

Mitchell, Annie " 

Mitchell, Mattie Davenjiort, 

Murphy, Maggie Chicago, 

Murphy, Jennie Lemont, 

Murphy, Cecelia Hammond, 






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M arphy, Veronica . 
Murphy, Mollie. . . . 
Murphy, Ursula... 
Migley, Jeannette . . 
Morse, Evangeline, 

Moran, Annie 

Moran, Minnie. . . . 
Montague, Mamie. , 

Myron, Annie 

Mulvaney, Lizzie . 

Nacey, Maud 

Newman, Minnie.. 
O'Brien, Josie. ... 
O'Brien, Lulu .... 
O'Brien, Nellie.... 
O'Connell, Mary.. 
O'Connell, xVgnes . 
O'Conner, Amelia. 
O'Conner, Emma. 
O'Conner, Ella... 
O'Conner, Rosie . . 
O'Donnell, Xellie. 
O'Hara, Marv .... 



Chicago, 



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Wis. 

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O'Hara. Nellie Chicago, 111. 

O'llara, Alice " 

O'llara, Lulu " '' 

O'llara. Carrie ',' " 

U'Leary, Nellie " •' 

O'Leary, Mamie " " 

O'Xeil,' Mollie •' " 

O'Malley, Delia 

O'Reilley, Mamie 

O'Reilley .Susie " '' 

Osgood, Emma " " 

Peekan, Annie '' " 

Perry, Maggie Quebec, Can. 

Peet, Ruby Chicago, 111. 

Phillips, Belle Washington, 111. 

Powers, ^laggie Chicago, 

Quinlan, Mary " " 

Raymond, Bessie " " 

Rivard, Leonie Bourbonnais, 111. 

Rivard, Mary •' '■ 

Roach, Annie Chieago, 111. 

Ross, Katie " " 

Russell, Flora " " 

Ryan, Julia " " 

Ryan, Katie 

Ryan, Annie Bloomingdale. 111. 

Sand borne, Ida Minneapolis, Minn. 

Sandmeier, Lillie Chicago, 111. 

Sandmeier, Laura " " 

Sandmeier, Annie " *' 

Sanders, Mary " '^ 

Savoie, Marie " " 

Scanlon, Katie ■. . . " " 

Scanlon, Jennie " " 

Scully, Alice " " 

Schmitt, Stella '•' " 

Schmitt. Dora " " 

Shannon, Alice '•' " 

Shannon. Annie " *' 

Shannon, Lillie " " 

Sheridan, Agnes " " 

Stafford. Mary Davenport, la. 

Stringer, Mary Chicago, 111. 

Sterns, Marie " *' 

Stenson, Jennie " " 

Stenson, Nellie " " 

Ste. Marie, Albina Montreal, Can. 

Ste. Marie. Alzire " " 



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Sutton, Eose Chicago, 111 . 

Supplee, Jessie Des Moines, la. 

Sonheimer, Elsie Chicago, 111. 

Spencer, Fannie Indianapolis, Incl. 

Synon, Angela 

Tracey, Xellie Chicago, 111. 

Tracey, Mary " " 

Tracey. Virginia " " 

Traynor, Xettie " 

Train, Lnlu • Nashville, Tenn. 

Train, Lillie " 

Tryber, Lillie Milwaukee, Wis. 

Voldo, Lila 

Walter. Cora Chicago, 111. 

Webber, Carrie 

Weaver. Cora Richmond, Va. 

Willmott, Alice Xew City, 111. 

Woods, Annie Denver, Col. 

Woods. Agnes Chicago, 111. 

AVillard, Mabel DePere, Wis. 

Zeigler, Laura Chicago, 111. 



18 ST. xaviek's academy. 



Annual Commencement. 



■Kl Thursday, June 30. 1557 1> 



* ^^^ * 

PROGRAM. 

MARCH. ...... aarh 

Misses M. DUNNE, J. GREENE, N. CROSS, C. Ml KPHY. 

CHORAL SALUTATORY— JUNIORS. - - - - Case 

Accompanist— MISS A. PEEKAN. 

RECITATION— "Launching of the Ship." - - - LdurjfcUow 

MISS CLARA KEELEY. 

OVERTURE—" Die Stumme von Portice." - - - Chwate 

Misses C. Ml RPHY. N. (ROSS, L. HEFFERNAN. M. BRIODY. P. HUNT, 
L. TRYBER, M. Ml'RPHY, U. 0"M.4LLEY. 

VOCAL QUARTETTE-" Ave Regina." - - - Lamhillotte 

Misses (J. JACKSON, N. TRACEY, A. PEEKAN, T. KEHOE. 
Atcomiiaiiist MISS N. STENsON. 

ESSAY— "True Heroism." ..... 

MISS L. M. SANDMEIER. 

WALTZES. ..--.. Bochm 

H.iri)-MISS A. PEEKAN. Piano-MISS P. HUNT. 

SPRING CANTATA. - - - . Henninges 

MINIMS. Aeeonipanist— MISS EDNA BURKS. 

TAoo . -.r ^ " Youth treads on flowers where'er he goes, 
( And tinds on every thorn a rose." 

MISS C. M. DRUM. 



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ST. XAVIEIl S ACADEMY. 



19 



PROCRAIVI-Contlnued. 

JEUNESSE DOREE. ... - - Smith 

Misses M. DUNNE, A. KKNSY, M. WILLARD. >. TRAIEY, M. STEARNS, 

C. WEAVER, F. SPENCKR, M. STAFFORD. 



VOCAL SOLO-" Judith." - - 

Miss NELLIE TRACEY. Aocompaiiist— Miss C. M. DRUM. 



Ccmcone 



RECITATION--" Flowers for Mary's Altar." 

MISS NELLIE CAHILL. 



Provlor 



CHORUS—" Hark to the KoUing- Drum." 

Accompanist— MISS G. JACKSON. 



Bishop 



ESSAY"— "Intellectual Pleasures." 

MISS L. F. GLENN. 



FLUTE ENCHANTEE. 



First Piano-MISS ('. M. DRUM. 
Secoiul Piano-MISS E. M. BURKS. 



Mozart 



VOCAL CLASS—" Rocked on the Rippling Waters." 

Accoiniuinist— MISS L. F. GLENN. 



Campa)ia 



ESSAY'—" Gold lies deep in the Mountain." 

MISS .lULIA T. (;REENE. 



JUBEL OVERTURE. .... 

Misses G. JACKSON, L. GLENN, N. STENSON, J. MURPHY. 



IVeber 



ESSAY AND VALEDICTORY'— "The middle way is the golden one." 

MISS GERTRUDE M. JACKSON. 



Horace 



CHORUS-" Twilight." * - 

GRADUATES AND FIRST SENIOR CLASS. 
Accompanist — MISS L. F. GLENN. 



Aht 



DISTRIBUTION OF MEDALS, CROWNS AND PREMIUMS. 



20 ST. xavier's academy. 



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W- 


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M 


^ 



moU Oriass Pedal 



FOK 



Highest Examination Average 



IN GRADUATING CLASS, 



\^^^/eJ/y ^^^'. 12^. (§'J^. cJ(^e^A 



<^^-te 



AWARDED TO 



IISS JULIA T. GREENE, 

Chicag-o, 111. 



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ST. xavikr's academy. 21 



So/S> e/ao^ SlZcSaf 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 

IN THE FIRST SENIOR CLASS, 



i€d^e-yi/ec/ -^^ '-i^e^. (D . M. 



'/■ci,-7^i^n^ 



TO 



IISS JENNIE V. MURPHY, 

Lemont, 111. 



§oce (B^ac^.s m^Bca 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 



IN THE SECOND SENIOR CLASS. 



^l^de-^t^€f/ '^/ r( ^-iVfe-l<^^'/-7^^i.erC'n- 



'Mi^- rt ^lyce-t^a^^ 



TO 



MISS CECILIA MURPHY, 



Hammond, "Wis. 



22 ST. xavier's academy. 



Sole efacso SKe^af 

FOR 

Highest Examination Average 

IN THE EIGHTH GRADE, 



ii/ei^ -^a^ ^^We-t'. JJ. 



J- 



TO 



MISS ANNIE RYAN, 



Bloominsrdale. Illinois. 



SofS e{a^:> mcSa{ 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 

IX THE SEVENTH GRADE, 



■i€<ie^^/e€^ ^-t^ -^^ CX/2<^v^3^«^^? 



TO 



MISS MAMIE FOOTE, 



Chicagro, 111. 



ST. xavier's academy. 23 



§o{S eracycy mccat 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 



IN THE SIXTH GRADE, 



TO 

MISS LOUISE HEISSLER, 

Chicago, 111. 



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FOli 

Highest Examination Average 

IN THE FIFTH GKADE, 
TO 

MISS JENNIE STENSON, 

Chicago, 111. 



34 ST. xavier's academy. 



SiCvet Q{aocy SlZc$a( 

FOR 

lEXCELLENCE^ 

IN FOURTH GKADE, 
TO 

MISS LULU O'BRIEN, 

Chicag-o, 111. 



d Sold SllcSa^ 

COMPETED FOR BY 

M. MARTIN and L. MURPHY, 

DRAWN BY 

MISS MOLLIE MARTIN, 

Chicago, 111. 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



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25 




Mc §ors meSaf 



FOR 



POLITENESS 



■led-e'j^le^ -^1^ '^^^t 



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ie€^i^e 



TO 



MISS M. GERTRUDE JACKSON, 



Niobrara, Neb. 




26 ST. xavier's academy. 




oTfie SofS (B'COC^O- 



FOR 



CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE, 



-e^/^j/y '^e,.. -€/ B. S^/lc0o,n^^/ 



i€J^€'7^i 



TO 

MISS LAURA F. GLENN, 

Oakland, Cal. 




ST. XAVIEK IS ACADEMY. 



^e §o£S SllcdaJ' 



FOR 



READING. 



■ie4e^-i/ea -^i/ CZ/Th'l. C^Ac^f^eiJ '^4e-i2f^ei.-jz 



TO 



IISS NELLIE CAHILL, 

Chicago, 111. 



Sots SllcSai 



AWARDED 



By the Votes of the Sociality of tl:ie 



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ita^le^T^ €>/ ^^.^rKj^^-f. 




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TO 



IISS CASSIE M. DRUM, 

Oakland, Cal. 



~S ST. xavip:k's academy. 



(T/J'c §cr^ mc$af 



FOR 



Excellence in Deportment 



IN THE SENIOR CLASSES, 
MERITED 15Y 



MISS B. CAVANAUGH, 
Coldwater, Michigan. 



S'I'ic §ol'3 Mc^af 



FOR 



ornamental needle work, 



TO 



MISS HELEN CROSS, 



Kansas City, Mo. 



ST. xavier's academy. 29 



S'ftc §of$ ^JlcSal 



FOR 



PLAIN SEWING, 

AWARDED TO 
MISS KATIE DALTON, 
Chicagro, 111. 



a SofS mcdai 



FOR 



PENMANSHIP, 

TO 

MISS NELLIE CAHILL, 

Chicago, 111. 



30 ST. XAVIEKS ACADEMY. 



S7tc So/i^ S'cn 



IX FIRST CLASS 



FOR 



ORNAMENTAL PENMANSHIP, 



f.(.fi--yi 



TO 

MISS CASSIE M. DRUM, 
Oakland, Cal. 



mic §ofB S'enciC 

IN SECOND CLASS, 
FOR 

ORNAMENTAL PENMANSHIP, 

TO 
MISS MARY RIVARD, 

Bourbonnais, 111. 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



31 



5A W 



oTfic §za9uate &lc9a(l> 



AND 



BReWR 



AWARDED TO 

Miss JULIA T. GREENE, 

Miss LILLIE M. SANDMEIER, 

Miss GERTRUDE M. JACKSON, 
Miss CASSIE M. DRUM, 

Miss LAURA F. GLENN, 

Miss CLARA G. KEELEY. 



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32 



ST. XAVIEK S ACADEMY. 



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^ hi 



mtc SiCvci mcSaf.s 



AND 



ei^ewRs 



TO 

Miss JENNIE V. MURPHY, 

Miss LAURA M. SANDMEIER, 

Miss MARY G. O'HARA. 

Miss EDNA M. BURKS, 

Miss NELLIE G. CAHILL, 

MissSIBBIE Z CONVEY. 




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CROWNS FOR GOOD CONDUCT. 



Miss Mabel Willard, 

" LOLLIE HeFFERNAN, 

" Cecelia Mitchell, 

'' Cecelia Murphy, 

" Veronica Murphy, 

" Bridget Cavanauc4h, 

" Annie Ryan, 

" Maggie Healy, 

" Mary Barrett, 

" Flora Heidweyer, 

" Katie Kane, 

" Annie Sandaieyer, 

" Nellie Tracey, 

" Lulu Blish, 

" LiLLiE Tryber, 

" Nannie Brown, 

'• Alzire St. Marie, 

■' Katie Donnelly, 

" Lucy Brennan, 

" Katie Ross, 

" Lulu O'Brien, 

" Ursula Murphy, 

" Maggie Perry, 

" Mary Tracey, 

" Agnes O'Connell, 

" KiTTIE HiCKEY, 

" Florence Bane, 

" Maggie Bradbury, 

'• Maggie Canfield, 

" Maude Nacey, 

" Jessie Foster, 

'" Minnie Foster, 

" Jeannette ^Iigley, 

" Clara Heissler, 

'' Clars Hudson, 

'' Louise Foreman, 

'" Bessie Clingman, 
" Gracie Martin, 

Miss 



Miss Nora Corbett, 

" Carrie Convey, 

" Mary Rivard, 

" Susie O'Reilly, 

" Maggie Briody, 

" 3L\mie Dunne, 

" Leonie Rivard, 

" Lizzie Blish, 

" Fannie Spencer, 

" 3L\GGiE Murphy, 

" Cora Walter, 

" Alice Wilmott, 

" Katie Dalton, 

" LiLLiE Meehan, 

" Grace Burks. 

" Agnes Sheridan, 

" Albina St. Marie, 

" Julia Ryan, 

" Lillian Daly, 

'' Mary A. Quinlan, 

" Agnes Casey, 

" Mary Barnett, 

" Nellie O'Donnell, 

" RosiE Burns, 

" Lucy Gillespie, 

" rosie foote, 

" Mamie Lamb, 

" Effie Evoy, 

" Annie Shannon, 

" Flora Russell, 

" Sarah Foote, 

" Marie Cudahy, 

" Mamie Hudson, 

" Annie Leinbucker, 

" Laura Foote, 

" Elsie Sonheimer, 

" Mercedes Farrell, 

'* Hester Martin, 



Angela Cleary. 



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PREMIUMS. 



READING. 



FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Nellie Cahill 

Second Premium Laura Saudmeier 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium LoUie Heffernaii 

Second " Cecilia Mitchell 

Third " Annie Pekan 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Barrett, M. ]Murphy 

Second " Cora "Walters 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Foote, M. Stafford 

Second " L. Trj-ber, T. Danziger 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Annie Hudson 

Second " L. Meehau, J. O'Brien 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Daley, A. jMcDonald 

Second " K. Malier, M. O'Xeil 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Bessie Cudahj- 

Second " Katie Clare 

Third '• Xellie O'Brien 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Sarah Foote 

Second " Marie O'Reilley 

Third " Lillie Canfield 

SECOND GRADE A. 

First Premium A. Cleary, J. Bradbury 

Second " N. Goss. C. Cowell's 

Third " E. Best, G. Hayes 

SECOND GRADE 15. 

First Premium C. Weber, M. Nacey 

Second " L. Shannon, G. Edson 

Third " L. Zeigler, J. Bragg 

FIRST GRADE. 
First Premium G. Goss, M. Perry 



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ST. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 35 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Nellie Cahill 

Second Premium M. O'Hara, S. Convey 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Cecilia Murphy 

Second " Carrie Convey 

Third " Maggie Briody 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lizzie Blish 

Second " Fannie Spencer 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium D. O'Malley , N. Tracey 

Second " J. Supplee, K. Dalton 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Brown, L. Blish 

Second " .... C. Combs, A. Ste. Marie 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mamie Klasson 

Second " Annie McDonald 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium K. Ryan, E. Evoy 

Second " Alice Scully 

Third " Julia Left 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Mamie O'Leary 

Second " Edna App 

SECOND GRADE A. 

First Premium F. Head, IVI. Cudahy 

Second " K. Hickey, M. Mitchell 

Third " Minnie Foster 

SECOND (JRADE 15. 

First Premium G. Edson, F. Blish 

Second " M. Nacej', M. ISIorun 

ORNAMENTAL PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST CLASS. 
Gold Pen . . ". Cassia Drum 

SECOND CLASS. 

Gold Pencil Mary Rivard 

Second Premium. C. Convey, C. IMurphy 

Third " Marie Stearns 



36 ST. xavier's academy. 

GRAMMAR. 

First Premium K. Kane, 31. Boweu 

Second ' ■ M. Healy, X. Stensou 

SEVENTH GKADE. • 

First Premium P. Hunt, 31. Stafford 

Second " S. Bontield, K. Dalton 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Heissler, A. O'Conner 

Second " Mary Marble 

FIFTH GRAPE. 

First Premium ,J. Stenson, K. Canfield 

Second " K. Duffy, M. Devine 

LANGUAGE. 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Scully, L. Train 

Second " Annie Shannon 

Third " » Mary Lamb 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium 31. fiercer, 31. O'Reilley 

Second " Flora Russell 

Third " Bessie Raymond 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Nellie Stenson 

Second " 31. Barrett, F. Spencer 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Tryber, 31. Foote 

Second " D. 0'3Ialley, 31. Stafford 

Tiiird " Susie Bonfield 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Breuuan, L. Blish 

Second " Josie O'Brien 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium .J. Stenson, X. O'Hara 

Second " 31. A. Quinlan, L. Duddleston 

FOL'KTH GRADE. 

First Premium 3Iaggie Canfield 

Second " Bessie Cudahy 

Third " Katie Ryan 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium S. Foote, E. Ajip 

Second " Lillie Canfield 



^ ^ 

ST. xavier's academy. 37 



SECOND GRADP: A. 

First Premium N. Goss, C. Feeny 

Second " F. Head, G. Hayes 

Third " L. Gillespie, R. O'Connor 

SECOND GRADE P.. 

First Premium F. Goodell, 31. Nacey 

Second " F. Boughton, D. Sclimitt 

Third " J- Bragg, K. Maher 

MATHEMATICS. 

TRIGONOMETRY. 

First Premium Clara Keeley 

Second " C. Drum, J. Greene 

; GEOMETRY. 

First Premium C. Drum, G. Jackson 

Second " L. Sandmeier, L. Glenn 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium " J. Murphy, S. O'Reilk-y 

Second Premium Lollie Hefferuau 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Y. Murphy, C. Murphy 

Second " M. Rivard, C. Convey 

ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium J. Murphy, K. Kane 

Second " E. Burks, K Cahill 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium C. Murphy, V. Murphy 

Second " Marie Stearns 

Tlnrd " Mary O'Connell 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Blish, C. Walter 

Second " Nellie Stenson 

SEVENTH (iKADK. 

First Premium D. O'Malley, G. Burks 

Second " M. Stafford, \V. Tracey" 

Third " S. Bontield, A. Wilmott 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium N. Brown, L. Heissler 

Second " C. Combs, A. Ste Marie 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium E. Granger, K. Duflfy 

Second " K. Canfield, M. Klasson 



38 ST. XAVIEU'S ACADEMY. 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lulu OBrien 

Second " M. Lamb, M. Bonfield 

Third " K. Keeley, K. :Mercer 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium .Edna App 

Second " Hester Martin 

Third " Lulu Train 

SECOND GRADE A. 

First Premium M. McMahou, J. Migley 

Second " C . Feeny, J . Bradbury 

Third " Marie Cudahy 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium C. Weber, F. Goodell 

Second " D. McFarlund, M. Cowell 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium F. Mc Adams, R. Burns 

Second " X. O'Donnell, R. Tracey, K. Edgell 

FRENCH HISTORY. 

First Premium Mary Stringer 

Second " Susie O'Reilley 

Third " Cecilia Mitchell 

ROMAN HISTORY. 

First Premium L. Rivard, M. Stearns 

Second " Carrie Convey 

Third " Annie Kenny 

U. S. HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Ilealey, A. Ryan 

Second " B. Cavanaugh 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mamie Foote 

Second " D O'Malley, K. Dalton 

Tliird " S. Bonfield, L. Tryber 

COMPOSITION. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium J. Greene, L. Glenn 

Second " L. Sandmeier, G. Jackson 

FIRST CLASS. 
First Premium Laura Sandmeier 



ST. xavier's academy. 39 



SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Susie O'Reilley 

Second " Annie Kenny 

Third " Mamie Dunne 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Healey, A. Ryan 

Second " E. Evans, C. Walter 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Stafford 

Second " D. O'Malley, K. Daltcn 

Third " S. Bonfield, T. Danziger 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium A . O'Conner, A . Shannon 

Second " Lucy Brenuau 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium .Jennie Stenson 

Second " Mary A . Quinlan 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lila Voldo 

Second " Nellie O'Brien 

Tliird " Effie Evoy 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Lulu Train 

Second " Kittie Barry 

BIBLE HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Fannie Spencer 

Second " Annie Sandmeier 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium M . Foote, D . O'Malley 

Second " K. Dalton, A. Willmott 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

Gold Medal Laura Glenn 

First Premium C . Drum, J . Greene 

Second " Clara Keeley 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium S . Convey, L . Sandmeier 

Second " Belle Flynn 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Susie O'Reilly 

Second " Mamie Dunne 

Third " Nora Corbett 



)^ ■ ^ 

40 ST. xavier's academy. 



EIGHTH GRAJ)E. 

First Premium A . Sandmeier, M . Sanders 

Second " Maggie Healey 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium D. O'Malley, G. Burks 

Second ' M. Stafford, M. Foot e 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Hudson, A. Sheridan 

Second " J . Ryan, K . Donnelly 

I-TKTH GRADE. 

First Premium . K. Ross, M. Quinlan 

Second " Laura Bontield 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mamie Montague 

Second " Nellie Egan 

Third " Mamie Cleary 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium jMary Barrett 

Second " Mary Savoie 

Tliird " Olive Snow 

SECOND GRADE A. 

First Premium L. Gillespie, K. Hickey 

Second " ,J. Migley, M. Mitchell 

Third " R. O'Connor, :\[. Powers 

SECOND GRADE I!. 

First Premium R. ]\Iaher, D. McFarland 

Second " F. Boughton, E. O'Conner 

Third " F. Blish, I). Schmitt 

GEOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium F. Spencer, L. Blish 

Second " :\[aggie Murphy 

SEVENTH (iKADE. 

Fii-st Premium D. O'Malley, S. Bonfield 

Second " K. Daltou, M. Foote 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Sheridan, A. Shannon 

Second " A. Hudson, J. Ryan 

FIFTH GRADE. 
First Premium T. Stenson, L. Duddleston 



ST. xavier's academy. 41 



FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium K. Clare, L. O'Brien 

Second " Ursula Murphj' 

Third " 3Iaggie Bradbury 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium '. . Marie O'Reilley 

Second " Bessie Raymond 

Third " Sarah Foote 

MAP DRAWING. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium E. Evans, B. Cavanaugh 

Second " ' Lizzie Blish 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. Supplee, D. O'Malley 

Second " P. Hunt, L. Tryber 

Third " G. Burks, K. Dalton 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Alzire Ste. Marie 

Second " Lulu Blish 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Katie Ross 

Second " ,. Laura Bonlield 

ETYMOLOGY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mabel Willard 

Second " Lollie Heffernan 

Third " Mary O'Connell 

LITERATURE. 

GRADUATING CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Glenn 

Second " Clara Keeley 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium .Jennie Murphy 

Second " Edna Eurks 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 

GRADUATING CLASS. 

First Premium Gertrude Jackson 

Second " • Laura Glenn 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Nellie Cahill 



^ 

42 ST. xavier's academy, 

CHEMISTRY. 

GRADUATINO CLASS. 

First Premium Cassie Drum 

Second " .J . Greene, C. Keeley 

FIRST .CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Edna Burks 

BOTANY. 

GEAI)UATIN(i CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Glenn 

Second " Gertrude Jackson 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary OTTara 

Secoud " .Jennie ^Iuri>liy 

Third " Edna Burks 

PHYSIOLOGY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium '. A . Kenny, V . Murphy 

Second " Mamie Dunne 

Third " Tillie Keehoe 

USEFUL READING. 

First Premium S. O'Reilly, ]\r. Stearns 

Second " .Mary Strinaer 

Third " :\[abenVillard 

EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE. 

GRADUATING CLASS. 

First Premium L . Sandmeier, .J . Greene 

Second " Gertrude Jackson 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium L. Sandmeier, E. Burks 

Second " T . ]Murphy, M. O'Hara 

SECOND (^.ASS. 

First Premium . Lollie Heffernan 

Second " Mary Rivard 

Third " Annie Peekan 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Ryan, C. Walter 

Second " .' Edith Evans 

SEVENTH GRADE. 
First Premium Delia O'jNIallev 



!?T. XAVIERS ACADEMY. 43 



SIXTH GKADE. 

First Premium Katie Donnelly 

Second " Lillie Meehau 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Annie Coins 

Second " Lillian Daley 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Bontield, L. Train 

Second " Maggie Bradbury 

Third " Maggie Canfield 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Bessie Raymond 

Second " 3Iamie O'Learj^ 

Third " May Maher 

MUSIC. 

VOCAL. 

First Premium Nellie Tracy 

Second " Gertrude Jackson 

INSTRUMENTAL. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium C. Drum, E. Burks 

Second " Nellie Stenson 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium M. Dunne, L. Heffernan, P. Hunt, C. Weaver 

Second " L. Tryber, F. Spencer, jNI. Murphy 

Third " Delia O'Malley 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium S. Convey, M. Marble. M. Bowen 

Second " , A. Ryan, N. Brown 

Third " I. Jackson, G. Burks 

Fourth " Maria Bonfield 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Katie Dalton 

Second " L. Daley, L. Train 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium L. Duddleston, K. Canfield 

Second " C. Feeney, L. Canfield 

Third " Emma O'Couner 

THEORY OF MUSIC. 

First Class Gertrude Jackson 

Second " M. Dunne, C. Weaver 

Harp Annie Peckan 



44 ST. xavier's academy. 

DRAWING. 

FIEST CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Cabill 

Second " Leonie Rivard 

Third " Laura Saudmeior 

EIGHTH GKADE. 

First Premium Bridget Cavauaugli 

Second " Mary Sanders 

Third " Annie Kyan 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium" J. Supplee, A. Willmotl 

Second " M. Foote, T. Danziger 

Third " Gracie Burks 

SIXTH GKADK. 

First Premium Annie ^lyron 

Second " Carrie Comlis 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Stella Schmitt 

Second " Annie Coins 

FOURTH (JRADE. 

First Premium Ida Jackson 

Second " Katie Lawler 

Third " Irene Cook 

THIRD (;KAI)E. 

First Premium Flora Russell 

Second " Olive Snow 

Third " Hester Martin 

OIL PAINTING. 

Gold 3Icdal 3[ollie Martin 

First Premium Mamie King 

PASTEL PAINTING. 

First Premium Carrie Convey 

Second " Leonie Rivard 

Third " Laura Sandmeier 

Fourth " Nellie Cross 

GERMAN. 

First Premium Louise Heissler 

Second " M. Sanders, L. Blish 

FRENCH. 

First Premium Cora Weaver 

Second " Clara Keeley 



-\ r "* T _ 1. 1 . 



!>T. xavier's academy. 45 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

First Premium U. Murphy, M. O'Leary 

Second " L. Voldo, K. Barry 

Third " R. Foote, M. Jlaher 

CLASS-SINGING. 

First 3Iabel Willard 

Second S. O. Reilly, C. Murphy. 

Third Maggie Briody 

KINDERGARTEN. 

(Improvement.) 

Mamie Hudson, Clara Heissler, 3Iilton (Armour, Annie Leindecker, 

Mercedes Farrell, Charles Leindecker, Clara Hudson, Laura Foote, Bessie 

Hoi ton. 

FIRST GRADE. 

(Improvement.) 

Daisy Holton, Genevieve Hanlon, Emma Austin. 



*- 



-^ 



AVKRAOKS 



FOR 



Ej^aiginatiioii, ^choIaii^Mp, Deportment, 



AND 



OBSERVANCE OF RULES. 



FIRST SESSION. 



GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 



FOURTH YEAK — SEXIOK GRADUATES. 



Ex.Av. 



Julia Greene I 95 . 



Laura Glcnu 

Cassio Drum 

Gertrude Jack.son. 

Lillie Sandmeier 1 92 



1)4, 

m. 

98. 



Clara Keeley 91.8 



THIRD YEAR — JUNIOR GRADUATES. 



91. 

91. 



Jennie ]\[urplij' 

Laura Sandmeier , 

Mary O'llara 91 

Edna Burk.s 

Nellie Caliill .' . 

Sibbie Convey 



SECOND YEAR. 



Lollie Heffernan 
Cecelia IMitchell . 
Mamie Dunne . . . 
Annie Kennj*. . . . 
]\Iarv Strino-er . . . 



FIRST YEAR. 



91 
89. 

88 



88.09 
82.81 
80.16 
79.50 
79.20 



Susie O'Reilly 

Cecelia Murphy 

Veronica Murpbj' 

Carrie Convey 1 86 . 86 

Leonie Rivard [ S.5 . 77 



98.81 
92.40 

87.45 



Schol. 
Av. 



94.7 

94.3 

94.1 

98.8 

92 

90 



92.2 

87.7 

90.6 

88.5 

88 

89.3 



95 

89 
88 
88 
96 



97 
97 
97 
96 



88 



Dep. 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



100 

100 

90 

91 

ioo 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



Obs.of 
Kules. 



99.8 

88 

90 

90 

95 

95 



95 
90 
90 
92 
90 
95 



90 

89 
88 
89 

90 



100 

90 

100 

100 

95 



m- 



ST. XAVIEK S ACADEMY. 



-* 



Yi KST YE \R — Continued 



Mabel Willard 

]Mane Stearns 

Nora Corbett 

Mary O'Connell 

Tillie Kehoe 

Annie Pekan 

Rose Katzauer Not examined 

Mary Rivard " 

Maggie Briody " " 

EIGHTH GRADE. 



Ex.Av. 



Annie Rj'an 

Maggie jVIurpby 

Lizzie Blisb 

]Mary Finn 

Bridgie Cavanaugb 

^Minnie Keefer 

Nellie Sten.son 

Fannie Spencer 

Maggie Bowen 

Jennie Scaulon 

Maggie Healey 

jMary Barrett 

Katie Kane 

Celia Katz 

]\Iary Sanders 

Annie Sandmeier 

Cora Walter Not examined 

Edith Evans " 

Katie Scanlon . 

Annie Mitchell " 

Agnes Casey " " 



83.72 
81.30 
79.75 
7o . 75 
66.45 
59.87 



SEVENTH GRADE. 



]\Iamie Foote . . . 
Katie Dalton . . . 

Pearl Hunt 

Jessie Svipplee . . 
Delia O'Mallev . 
Lillie Tryber ". . . 
Mamie Stafford. 
Susie Bontield . . 
Tillie Danziger . 

Mary Egan 

Grace Burks . . . 
Nellie Tracey . . 
Kittle Hudson. . . 
Jessie McKeon . 



Not examined 



SIXTH GRADE. 



Louise Heissler . 
Nannie Brown . . 
Annie Hudson. . 
Alice Shannon. . 
Ellen Butler. . . . 
Lucy Breunan . . 
Yiru'inia Tracey. 
Lnlii Blisb .,.*.. 



Schol. 
Av. 



90.4 

90 

90 

88 

87 

87 

87 

86 

85.7 

85 

85 

83 

82 

82 

82 

^9 



90 

87 
87 
86 
86 
85 
85 
84 
81 
80 
79 
76 



91.2 
90.1 

89 

88.7 

86 

84 

84 

83 



94 

98 

81 
87 
70 
70 

90 



92 
92 

92 
90 

89 
89 
89 
88 
88 
88 
88 
84 
88 
85 
83 
80 
88 
87 
88 
84 
84 



Dep. 

100 
89 
100 
100 
100 

100 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
98 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
97 
95 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



92 


9S 


89 


100 


89 


95 


87 


99 


87 


95 


86 


100 


86 


90 


86 


100 


82 


98 


80 


100 


81 


100 


88 


100 


86 


100 


75 


100 


90 


88 


90 


93 


93 


99 


91 


79 


93 


100 


88 


99 


93 


100 


80 


100 



Obs. of 
Kules. 



95 

78 
100 

90 
100 

89 

95 



95 
94 
95 
98 

100 
97 
90 
94 
90 
98 
98 
90 
94 
95 
90 
90 
93 
94 
99 
95 

100 



99 
98 
96 
98 
92 
95 
97 
90 
99 
97 
99 

100 
96 

100 



94 
95 
97 
79 
99 
94 
96 
96 



^- 



48 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



SIXTH GRADE — Continued. 



Julia Ryan 

Amelia O'Connor 

Mary jNIarbk- 

Agnes Sheridan. . 
Carrie Combs. . . . 
Katie Donnelly . . 
Annie Myron. . . . 
Lillie Meelian . . 
Josie O'Brien .... 
Lizzie Mulvauej'. 
Katie Hudson. . . . 
Sophia Bergeron . 

Rosie Sutton 

Alvira Ste Marie . 
Albina Ste Marie . 
Annie Lomax . . . . 



. Absent 



FIFTH GRADE. 



Jennie Stenson .... 
Annie McDonald . . 

Katie Cantield 

Mamie Klassen .... 

Katie Ross 

MollieO'Neil 

Li/./ie Duddleston . 

Katie Duflt'y 

Mary Ann Quinlan 
Elizabeth Granger . 

Rosie Cella 

Annie Coins 

Lillian Dailey 

Mav Backus 

Stella Schnntt 

Amelia Ilersch .... 
Maggie DeVine .... 

Nellie O'Hara 

Mabel Courtney . . . 

Katie Maher 

Nettie Tray nor 

Laura Bontield .... 

Floyd Buell 

Nellie O'Leary .... 
Agnes AVoods .... 
Emma O'Connor. . . 



FOURTH GRADE. 



Blanche Deloulme 

Rosie Foote 

Lulu O'Brien 

Alice Scidly 

Bessie C^udah}'. . . . 

Katie Clare 

Effie Evoy 

Lillie Train 

Maria Bonlield . . . 
Mamie T.nnih 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rules. 


83 


79 


100 


98 


82 


92 


93 


94 


81 


75 


86 


85 


81 


88 


100 


97 


81 


85 


98 


100 


74 


82 


95 


97 


74 


75 


96 


99 


73 


76 


100 


97 


71 


75 


100 


94 


70 


80 


99 


98 




86 


99 


95 




72 


99 


100 




69 


98 


100 




62 


100 


100 




61 


100 


100 




60 


88 


95 


90 


92 


100 


90 


88 


91 


100 


90 


84 


92 


100 


90 


84 


91 


95 


85 


88 


92 


100 


100 


88 


86 


95 


90 


82 


90 


95 


90 


82 


92 


95 


88 


82 


92 


100 


97 


82 


85 


100 


95 


82 


85 


95 


88 


82 


85 


90 


85 


80 


83 


100 


92 


80 


85 


90 


85 


80 


83 


100 


88 


80 


83 


100 


100 


79 


83 


100 


90 


78 


82 


95 


85 


i i 


80 


85 


85 


77 


80 


95 


80 


77 


80 


90 


80 


72 


78 


100 


95 


71 


76 


90 


85 


70 


75 


100 


90 


69 


72 


90 


90 


66 


70 


90 


85 


91 


95 


100 


100 


89.5 


90 


100 


100 


89 


90 


100 


100 


89 


90 


90 


80 


88 


89 


100 


80 


88 


90 


100 


90 


87.5 


88 


100 


100 


87 


89 


90 


75 


87 


85 


90 


80 


Sfi 


ss 


ino 


100 



ST. XAVIER S ACADKJIY. 



49 



KOURTir fsRADE — Coiitinucd. 

Katie Ryau .... 

RuhyPeet 

Katie Keeley 

Katie fiercer 

Nellie O'Brien 

Irene Cooke 

L'rsula Murphy 

Carrie Kalin 

Tin HI) <;i;auk. 

Anuie Shannon Promoted 

Jessie Forster " 

Maggie Cantield 

^laggie Cotton " 

Mamie Montague " 

Mamie Cleary '. 

Ida Jackson 

Julia Lefi 

Nellie Egan 

Katie Lawler 

Lillie Cantield 

^larv Agnes Barnett 

Sarah Foote 

Edna App 

Hester Martin 

Mamie O'Leary 

Kittle Barry 

Lulu Train 

Mary Savoie 

Flora Russell 

( )liv(' Snow 

May Maher 

Bessie Raymond 

.Matie ^Mercer 

.Marie O'Reilk'y '...'. 

Julia Cudaliy 

Kittle Dempsey 

Emma Best 

p]dith Chand)erlain 

Nellie Ilagarty • 

Annie iloran 

SKCOXD UKADE — A. 

Nellie Guss 

Clara Feeney 

Angela Cleary . . : 

Jeannette ]\Iigley 

Lucy Gilles]>i('.'. . 

Josie Bradbury 

Florence Head 

INIarie Cudahy 

Agnes O'Connell 

Lucile Deloulme 

Kittie Hickej^ 

Minnie Foster 

.Mary B. McMahon 



Ex.Av. 



Schol. 
Av. 



84 
80 
79 
78 
78 
70 
Abs'nt 



92.5 

92 

90 

89 



87. 

87 

87 

86 

S4 

88 

82 

82 

81 

80 

80 

80 

79 

79 

79 



76 i 
69 
60 - 
Abs'ut 



88 
88 
87 
85 

84 
82 
80 
79 

78 

77 
77 
77 
72 



85 
85 
83 
82 
83 
75 
95 
90 



94 
93 
92 
90 

89 
90 
90 

85 
89 
88 
85 
85 
85 
85 
83 
85 
85 
82 
81 
80 
82 
80 
80 
80 
80 
80 
70 
65 
80 
85 
75 



90 
90 

89 
87 
86 
84 
82 
81 
80 
79 
79 
79 



Dep. 



80 

100 

100 

75 

75 

70 

100 

100 



100 

100 
90 
90 

100 
90 

100 
50 

100 
80 
90 

100 

100 
70 

100 
50 

100 
90 
50 

100 
80 
85 
85 
75 

100 
90 

100 
70 
50 
90 
90 



Obs. of 
Rules. 



70 

95 

100 

70 

70 

50 

100 

100 



100 

100 
80 
80 
90 
80 
80 
50 
90 
75 
75 

100 

100 
50 

100 
50 

100 
80 
50 

100 
80 
70 
70 
70 

100 
90 
80 
75 
50 
80 
80 



98 


90 


90 


90 


100 


97 


100 


100 


100 


100 


80 


80 


85 


80 


100 


100 


1110 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


100 


90 


100 


100 



*- 



50 



ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



SECOND GRADE. — B. 

Lulu O'Hara Promoted 

Mattie Mitchell 

Cora Benlly 

Maud Nacy 

Gracie Edson 

Josie Bragg 

Flossie Goodell , 

Gracie Martin 

Noriiine Johnson 

Molly Murphy 

Minnie Moran 

FIRST GRADE. — A. 

Florence Blisli 

Lillie Shannon 

Roxie Maher 

May Henderson t 

Carrie Webber 

Dora Schmitt 

Florence Boughtou 

Ella O'Connor 

Carrie O'Hara 

Dottie McFarland 

FIRST GRADE. — H. 

Gracie Goss , 

Florence McAdams , 

Edith Howard 

Maggie Perry 

Rosie Burns 

Gertie Huling 

Essie Mercer 

Nellie O'Donnell 

Daisy Holton . . 

Lillie Moran 

May Lynch 

Belle Guinea 

Gracie Helpin 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 

V. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rules. 


H7 


89 


100 


100 


86 


85 


100 


100 


85 


87 


100 


100 


84 


86 


100 


95 


84 


86 


100 


90 


84 


86 


100 


100 


83 


85 


100 




81 


83 


100 


100 


79 


81 


100 


100 


Abs'nt 


75 


100 


100 


79 


80 


80 


80 


93 


87 


100 


100 


93 


87 


95 


9S 


90 


87 


95 


100 


88 


86 


100 


98 


87 


86 


100 


90 


85 


87 


100 


100 


83 


84 


100 


100 


83 


84 


95 


78 


83 


82 


100 


100 


79 


81 


100 


95 


83 


85 


90 


85 


80 


83 


100 


100 


79 


81 


90 


85 


78 


80 


100 


100 


75 


79 


100 


100 


74 


79 


95 


90 


73 


75 


90 


80 


70 


71 


100 


100 


Abs'nt 


70 


100 


70 


4 ( 


75 


100 


100 


< ( 


70 


100 


100 


" 


71 


100 


100 


( i 


70 


100 


100 



AVERAGES FOR SECOND SESSION. 



GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 



FOURTH YEAR. — SENIOR GRADUATES. 



Julia Greene 

Laura Glenn 

( 'assie Drum 

Gertrude Jackson . 
Lillie Sandmeier. . 
Clara Keelev 



THIRD YEAR. — -JUNIOR GRADU.VfES. 

Laura Sandmeier Promoted 

Jennie Murphy " 

Mary O'Hara 

Sibbie Convey 

Nellie CabilL 

Edna Burks 

SECOND SESSION. — SECOND YEAH. 

LoUie Heffernan Promoted 

^lary Stringer " 

Cecelia Mitchell " 

Annie Kenny " 

Mamie Dunne " 



SECOND SESSION. 



-FIRST YEAR. 



Cecelia Murphy . . 
Susie O'Reilly. . . . 
Carrie Convey . . . . 
Mabel Willard.... 
Veronica Murphy . 
Marie Stearns .... 

Marj^ Rivard 

Leonie Rivard ... 

Nora Corbett 

Mary O'Connell. . 

Annie Pekan 

Maggie Briody . . . 
Tiltie Kehoe 



EIGHTH GR.\DE. 

Annie Ryan Promoted 

Lizzie Blish ' 

Maggie Healy " 

Katie Kane . ." 

Fannie Spencer 

Nellie Stenson " 

Edith Evans " 

Bridgie Cavanagh 

Cora Walter. . " 

Maggie Murphy 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Ave. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rules. 


97.5 


95.7 


100 


100 


96.8 


95.2 


96 


85 


96.6 


95.4 


99.5 


92 


94.6 


94 6 


99.5 


92 


93.7 


91 


99.5 


92 


91 


88 


100 


96 


94 


91 


99 


92 


93 


93.1 


99 


95 


91 


90.9 


96 


91 


91 


87.6 


98 


98 


90 


89.9 


97 


97 


90 


88 


98 


94 


89 


95 


100 


95 


86 


96 


100 


84 


85 


90 


100 


87 


84 


89 


85 


84 


83 


88 


84 


80 


92 


96 


100 


91 


90 


98 


100 


92 


88 


90 


100 


100 


88 


90 


98 


91 


88 


91 


100 


98 


87 


98 


98 


84 


86 


89 


100 


91 


85 


88 


85 


90 


80 


84 


100 


84 


78 


89 


100 


86 


75 


80 


88 


81 


73 


81 


89 


90 


72 


66 


89 


84 


91.8 


92.5 


100 


92 


90.7 


92.9 


100 


92 


91.3 


89 


100 


95 


90.4 


87 


100 


90 


90 


89 


100 


90 


90 


88 


100 


87 


89 


89 


95 


87 


89 


88 


100 


100 


87 


88 


100 


90 


8« 


91 


100 


90 



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ST. xavier's academy. 



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EiaHTH GRADE. — Continued. 

Maggie Bo wen Promoted 

Mary Barrett 

^Nlary Sanders 

Annie Sandraeier 

Lottie Kelly Not examined 

Maggie Gavigan " 

Nora Kennedy " 

Annie Mitchell 

Agnes Casey " 

SEVENTH GKADK. 

Mamie Foote Promoted 

Katie Dalton 

Delia O'Malley 

Jessie Supplee 

Susie Bontield 

Lillie Tryber 

Pearl Hunt 

Mamie Stafford 

Grace Burks '; - 

Alice Willmott 

Nellie Tracey 

Tillic Danziger Not examined 

Minnie Newman 

SIXTH GRADE. 

Louise Heis.sler Promoted 

Nannie Brown " 

Annie Hudson " 

Alice Shannon " 

Lulu Blish 

Agnes Sheridan " 

Amelia O'Connor " 

Mary Marble 

Lucy Brennan 

Carrie Combs 

Julia Ryan 

Lillie Meehan 

Alzire Ste Marie 

Katie Donnelly ' 

Albina Ste Marie 

Josie O'Brien 

Annie ]\Iyron Not examined 

Katie Clayton " 

FIFTH GRADE. 

Jennie Stenson Promoted 

Annie ]McDonald " 

Kittie Canfield 

Lizzie Duddleston 

Mamie Klassen 

Marv A. Quinlan 

Nelfie O'Hara 

Elizabeth Granger 



Annie Coins. 
Kittie Duflfv. 



Ex.Av. 


Schol. 
Ave. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rules. 


86 


88 


100 


87 


84 


86 


100 


91 


80 


82 


100 


H7 


78 


79 


, 98 


91 




88 


100 


92 




83 


100 


87 




83 


100 


98 




89 


90 


87 




87 


100 


91 


89.0 


92 


98 


94 


88.6 


91 


100 


98 


88.3 


91 


98 


94 


88 


91 


100 


92 


88 


90 


98 


85 


88 


92 


100 


98 


88 


89 


100 


92 


86 


87 


88 


90 


85 


87 


100 


99 


83 


84 


100 


f 100 


81 


83 


100 


1(1(1 




85 


95 


90 




80 


90 


95 


89 


91 


87 


87 


86 


90 


88 


92 


86 


90 


97 


94 


86 


80 


60 


84 


86 


83 


100 


96 


85 


84 


97 


93 


84 


85 


95 


89 


83 


80 


80 


8(5 


83 


84 


99 


91 


80 


82 


97 


93 


79 


81 


97 


95 


75 


72 


99 


92 


75 


78 


98 


100 


74 


75 


97 


9S 


74 


70 


98 


100 


72 


75 


99 


91 






97 


89 






100 


•90 


94 


95 


90 


85 


92 


93 


95 


89 


91 


90 


90 


89 


91 


90 


87 


88 


90 


92 


83 


85 


88 


87 1 


100 


98 


90 


84 


90 


83 


90 


90 


90 


89 


89 


84 


80 


85 


89 


91 


90 


88 



ST. XAYIEK S ACADEMY. 



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53 



FTFTH (iHADE. — Continued. 

Katie Ross Piomoled 

Lillian Dailey 

Stella Schraitt 

Laura Bonfield ■ ' | 

Angela Svnon 

Kittie Maher 

Nellie Trayuor " ' 

Floyd Buell : 

Emma O'Connor 

Agnes Woods 

Nellie O'Leary . 



lEx.Av. 



Schol. 
Ave. 



88 
88 
88 
88 
87 
85 
85 
74 
72 
66 
Abs'nt 



ForRTii gradp:. 

IaiIu O "Brien Promoted 

Ursula Murplij' 

Kosie Foote 

Alice Scully 

Katie Clare 

Mamie Lamb 

Lillie Train 

Bessie Cudaby " 

EfHeEvoy..." 

Annie Sbannon 

Maria Bonfield 

Maggie Bradl)ury . . 

Lila Voldo 

Maggie Canfield " 

Katie Ryan 

Katie Mercer 

Nellie O'Brien 

Kate Keeley 

Mamie Mont.igue 

Nellie Egan . ". 

Ida Jackson 

-Jrene Cooke 

Julia Leti 

Katie Lawler 

Blanclie Deloubne 

Florence Bane 

Jessie Forster 

. 3Iamie Cleary 

Maggie Cotton 

Kuby Peet 

THIRD GRADE. 

Edna App Promoted 

Marie O'Reilly 

Sarab Foote 

Bes.sie Raymond 

Lillie Canfield 

Mamie O'Leary " 

Flora Russell .' 

jNIatie Mercer 

Lulu Train 

Kittie Barry 

May Maber 

Marv Affnes Barnett. 



93 

92 
92 

91 
91 
91 

90 
90 
90 

89 
89 
89 
88 
86 
86 
85 
83 I 
82 I 
81 i 
80 
78 
71 
66 
Abs'nt 



I 



88 
90 
86 
83 
86 
84 
84 
80 
73 
75 
75 



95 
95 
94 
93 
90 
90 
90 
80 
90 
89 
88 
88 
87 
87 
85 
85 
85 
85 
85 
84 
83 
80 
76 
73 
96 
88 
88 
85 
85 
83 



92i..< 


93 


91 


92 


89 


90 


88 


89 


88 


89 


88 


88 


87 


88 


87 


86 


86 


85 


85 


85 


uy. 


84 


KH 


si.n 



Dep. 

98 

100 

100 

100 

100 

89 

80 

80 

90 

89 

90 



100 

100 

100 

90 

100 

100 

95 

100 

100 

100 

90 

100 

90 

100 

80 

80 

75 

100 

100 

100 

100 

75 

50 

75 

100 

100 

100 

90 

95 

100 



90 

100 

100 

100 

90 

90 

95 

80 

95 

100 

100 



Obs. of 
Rules. 



99 
90 

85 

85 
100 

83 
80 
85 
85 
80 
90 



100 

100 

100 

80 

90 

100 

85 

90 

100 

100 

80 

95 

80 

90 

70 

50 

60 

100 

90 

90 

SO 

50 

50 

60 

100 

100 

100 

90 

85 

90 



80 
100 
100 

90 

S(l 

so 

95 
70 
90 
90 
90 

101) 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



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TiiiKi) cuADE — Contimied. 

Mary Savoie Promoted 

( )live Snow 

Alvina Junge 

Hester Martin 

Julia C'udahy 

SECONr) GHADF-; — A. 

Nellie Goss Promoted 

Clara Feeny 

Josie Bradbury 

Florence Head " ' 

Jeannette Migley 

Mary B. McMahon 

Lucy Gillespie " 

Tessie Malioney 

Mattie Mitchell 

Evangeline Morse 

Kittle Hickey 

Marie Cudahy 

Gracie Hayes 

Emma Best 

Rosie O'Connor 

Maggie Powers 

Crusie Cowell 

^Vngela Clenry 

Agnes O'Connel) 

Lucile Deloulme 

Minnie Foster 

Lulu O'Hara 

KIKST GHADE. 

Celia Mahoney Pionioted 

Idalia Benson 

IVIaggie Perry 

Mary Tracey " 

Rosie Burns 

Nellie O'Donuell 

Gracie Goss 

Essie Mercer 

Florence Mc Adams 

Kittle Edgell 

Daisy Holton 

Genevieve Hanlon 

Emma Austin 

SECOND GKADE — H. 

Flossie Goodell Promoted 

Carrie Webber 

Maud Nacey 

Gracie Edson " 

Roxie iVIaher 

.Tosie Bragg 

Dora Schmitt " ' 

Marie Cowell " 

Flnvpnr'fi Blisti 



Ex Av. 


Schl. 
Av. 


Dep. 


Obs. of 
Rules. 


81 K 


83 


75 


50 


81 


84 


80 


75 


76 


75 


100 


100 


Abs'nt 


9;? 


100 


100 


1 1 


80 


100 


80 


89 


93 


90 


90 


86 


94 f 


90 


90 


86 


92 t 


80 


80 


85 


83 


80 


75 


84 


88^ 


100 


100 


82 


89i< 


95 


90 


82 


891., 


100 


95 


82 


84 


100 


95 


82 


83 


100 


90 


81 


83^ 


100 


95 


81 


80 


100 


100 


80 


89 


100 


100 


80 


83 1, J 


100 


100 


80 


801, 


90 


85 


78 


783g 


85 


80 


74 


731.- 


90 


90 


69 


61 ■ 


80 


70 


Abs'nt 


85 


100 


100 


" 


81 


100 


100 


" 


82 


100 


100 


• ' 


75 


100 


100 


t i 


83 


100 


100 


89 


91 


95 


90 


87 


90 


100 


100 


87 


93 


100 


100 


86 


88 


100 


99 


86 


88 


100 


100 


85 


87 


100 


100 


88 


85 


90 


85 


82 


84 


95 


90 


82 


84 


100 


90 


81 


83 


90 


85 


70 


75 


85 


80 


70 


75 


100 


100 


70 


80 


99 


95 


85 1^ 


82 


95 


90 


84 


90 


85 


90 


84 


82 


100 


95 


82i< 


76 


80 


75 


82 


79 


100 


95 


811., 


80 


100 


95 


80 14 


75S« 


100 


100 


8OI4 


80 


70 


50 


80 


771/. 


100 


too 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



Second Grade — b — Continued. 



Ex.Av. 



Ella O'Connor 69i^ 

Dottie McFarland 69 

Minnie Moran 68 

Madeline Bartlett 66i 



Cora Bentley . . . 
Grace Martin . . . 
May Henderson. 
Lillie Shannon. . 
Laura 



Zeigler . 



Abs'nt 



Schol. 
Av. 



66^ 

60 

66 

85 
84 
83 
81 
80 



Dep. 



90 
100 

75 
100 

100 
100 
100 
100 
95 



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55 



Obs. of 
Rules. 



85 
95 
70 
95 
100 
95 
90 
95 
95 



KINDERGARTEN. 



Mamie Hudson. 
Clara Heissler. 
C'lara Hudson. 
Gertie Homan. 
Adrian Sincere. 
Gracie Heirpin. 
Elsie Sonheimer. 



Mamie Draber. 
Claudius Colgrove. 
Laura Foote. 
Cora Leinburg. 
Annie Leindecher. 
Bessie Holten. 
Mercedes Farrell. 



Milton Armour. 
Henry Cummings. 
Charles Leindecker. 
Neph Catlain. 
James Kirk. 
Harry Homan. 



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RULES FOR THE BOARDERS. 



The pupils should remember that in an institution of this kind it would 
be imijossible to preserve order without well-established rules; and when 
these rules are once understood, each young ladj^ should consider it her 
duty, not only to observe them strictly, but also to aid her companions in 
doing the same, thereby rendering a most acceptable assistance to her teach- 
ers, whose greatest pleasure among them will be derived from their assiduity 
in this respect. 

1st. The first and most in portant rule concerns their religious duties, 
which all will be required to attend piDictually. 

2d. Strict silence must be ob.served in all places, except during the time 
allowed for recreation in the room api)ointed for that purpose; but even 
daring the hours set apart for recreation, it is never ]iermitted in the halls or 
on the stairs. 

3d. Xo pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall, or any room in 
which all areas.sembled, without permission from the presiding Sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose of 
safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the treasurer; also (tU Jeireln/, 
e.\cei)t a breast-pin, pair of ear-rings and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her jiarents or guardian at least once in 
two weeks. 

7th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to exclude 
all others, or become remarkable; on the contrary, all .should try to be socia- 
ble and kind, as members of one family circle, especially toward new 
pupils. 

Sth. Durini;- the recreation hours no work is permitted that will pre- 
vent the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the mind 
and preparing it for future study. 

9th. No books brought tt) the academy, by the pupils cau be read with 
out .submitting them for ins])ection to their teacher. Letters are also .sub- 
ject to the inspection of the Directress. 

10th. No visits allowed except at the appointed times, viz. : Wednesday 
(iffernooii and Sundai/ . Pupils who wish to give no trouble should be par- 
ticular to notify their friends of this arrangement. 

11th. Personal neatness and a particular care of books, toilet articles, 
wearing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to. as nothing like a 
slovenly appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is carele-ss in this 
respect luust expect to lose all good marks as well as the rcs]iect of her 
teachers and companions . 

12th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms dur- 
ing the hours given them for practice, neither should they speak in those 
rooms. 

13th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room during school or recreation 
hours without .special permission. 



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ST. XAVIER'S ACADEiMY, 



CHICAGO. 



For the Academic Year 1887-88 



CHICAGO : 

GEO. D. SIMONDS, PRINTER, 

1888. 



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PROSPECTUS 



OF 



ST. XAVIER'S ACADEMY. 



Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy. 



This Institution, first opened in 1846, is now permanently located on 
the corner of Wabash avenue and Twenty-ninth street, about three miles 
from the center of the city. 

The building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious and 
well adajjted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connect- 
ed with the various apartments, and the entire building is heated by 
steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to 
health, and those parents and guardians who have patronized the Acad- 
emy during the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation 
which exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy 
enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the 
country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to se- 
cure order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of five months each 
the first session commencing on the first of September; the second on 
the first of February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at 
Christmas, when pupils are permitted to visit their parents if they desire 
it. If residents of the city, they are permitted to do so o)ice a month — 
generally the first Sunday of the month, unless deprived of this privilege 
for non-observance of rule. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends; visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since 
study is necessarily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the 
supervision of the Directress 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no case 
leave (as is sometimes the practice), just before the close of the yean 
without serious damage to their standing, besides forfeiting prizes- 

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ST. xaviek's academy. 



No deduction is made for tlie first two or last two weeks of a term, 
□or for absence, except in cases of protracted sickness. 

Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention consis- 
tent with the spirit of a mild but firm government is paid to the comfort 
of the young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is 
taken to nourish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion 
which alone can render education profitable. No undue iuflnenve is ex- 
ercised over the religions opi)iioi>s of non-Catholic pupils; however, for 
the sake of order, all are required to conform to the external discipline 
of the Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to 
parents and guardians. 

At the Annual Distribution of Premiums, those who have given evi- 
dence of polite and amiable deportment, are crowned by the Most Rever- 
end Archbishop. 

Tlie course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and 
useful education. Particular attention is given to Rlietoric, Composi- 
tion History and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed 
each pupil for Plain and Ornamental Needle-work. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those only who take the full 
Academic Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the year, their session always 
commencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness, and all that constitutes 
lady-like deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who 
may be founel duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the 
latter the Academy is opened at 8 o'clock. 

Recitation commences at 9 o'clock precisely, and continues until 3:30 
p. M., with an intermission of three-quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion, de- 
pends in a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they 
should never be encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except in case 
of illness Parents should also see that they attend to evening study 
W'hile at home, as it is useless to expect perfect recitation without pri- 
vate study. 

No young lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation 
hours, except in extraordinary cases. 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADEJIY. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

FIRST YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Word and sentence method from chart and panorama; also 
first reader. 

Writing: Name of pupil and place of residence on slate. Name of 
teacher and school. Copy from chart and book. 

Arithmetic: Counting forward and backward by I's, 2's, 5's and lO's 
to 100; by 3's and 4's to 48; by 6's and 8's to 24. The signs +, — , X,_^, 
= , S, and the use of them. Learn to read and write one period of fig- 
ures. Addition and subtraction tables on board from 1 to 5. Addition 
on slate and board. Roman numerals. 

Music: Learn to recognize and sing the tones "Do, " "Me," "Sol" 
(1, 3, 5, of a key) the upper octave of " Do " and " Mi, " and the lower oc- 
tave of " Sol " and " Mi. " Practice these from manual signs, from the 
modulator, from the Tonic Sol-fa notation and from the staff. Recog- 
nize and produce the strong and weak accents, and the simplest divis- 
ions of time, viz. : the beat, half-beat, two-part and three-part measure. 
As supplementary work, from eight to twelve simple songs to be learned 
by rote during the year. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, first series of Calkins'. Bright's 
language lessons to seventh topic. Use of period and interrogation 
mark. Politeness. 

SECOND YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Second reader. Before commencing to read, all diffiicult 
words pronoun<'ed correctly and meaning given, A short sketch of the 
lessons given from memory. 

Writing: The spelling lesson written on slate. Copying from 
board or book. Short sentences containing certain words given by 
teacher. Use of pencil on jiaper. Short letters to be written first on 
slates. 

Spelling: Oral and written from reader, after which the speller to 
page 24. 

Arithmetic: Addition and subtraction tables in mental arithmetic 
from 5's to lO's with analysis on same pages. Multiplication table and 
analysis to 5's. In practical arithmetic, addition and subtraction com- 
pleted. Multiplication to three figures iu multiplier. Read and write 
three periods of figures. Counting by 2's, S's and 9's to 100. 

Music: Review work of first year. In addition to tones already 
learned, to recognize and produce the tones "Re" and "Si, " and prac- 
tice as in first year. The last term of this year the remaining tones of 
the scale, "La" and "Fa," may be studied. Introduce four-part meas- 
ure, one and one-half beat tones, quarter-beat tones, and rests corres- 
ponding to all the above tone lengths. The songs for this year shall for 
the most part be included in the above lessons, rather than to be learned 
by rote. 

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Miscellaneous: Phonic analysis. Object lessons, first and second 
series. Language lessons, first grade reviewed and completed. Time 
by the clock. Divisions of time. Colors. Politeness. 

THIRD YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half of third reader with meaning of difficult words. 
Writing: Commence copy-book. Short letters once a week. 

Spelling: Reed's Word Lessons, pages 24 to 45, oral and written; 
also supplementary grade words. 

Christian Doctrine: For Catholics only. First lessons with ex- 
planations. 

Geography: Primary to page 32, with globe. 

Arithmetic: In the mental, multiplication tables with analysis 
completed. Division tables and analysis. Review addition and sub- 
traction. Complete multiplication. Short division and long division to 
three figures in divisor. Read and wi'ite four periods of figures. 

Music: Review with great care the work of the first and second 
years. Learn to pitcli tunes in different keys by the use of a C pitch- 
pipe or tuning-fork. The songs for this year shall all be taught as mu- 
sic reading lessons. 

Dkawing: Books one and two. Blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series: page 298; also from 
BOO to 305 and from 340 to 346. Language lessons, second grade. Ab- 
lireviations. Use of comma. Divisions of time. Use of Tellurian. 
Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

FOURTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Third reader completed. Occasional sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Short letters. Composition of about one 
dozen lines once a week. 

Spelling: From page 45 to 61, with supplementary grade words. 

Arithmetic: Multiplication and division reviewed. L. C. Multiple. 
G. C. Divisor. Cancellation and fractions to multiplication. Review 
multiplication. Read and write five periods of figures. 

Geography: Primary completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Continuation of Catechism with explanations. 

Music: After review, introduce six-part measure, three-quarter aui? 
quarter-beat tones, and increasing difficulties in time and tune. 

Drawing: Books three and four; also blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed. Language, 
second grade reviewed. Oral Grammar. Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

GRAMMER DEPARTMENT. 

FIFTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fourth reader. Sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Compositions on given subjects. Letter 
writing every two weeks. 

Spelling: From page 55 to page 76, and supplementary words. 

Arithmetic: Mental, from page 31 to page G7. Practi- al, complete 
fractious. Read and write five periods. 



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Geography: North America, with map of same; also Britidli Aiii<jv. 
ea and Mexico. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: To page 69. Parsing nouns, pronouns and adjectives. 
Analysis of short sentences. 

Music: Learn to recognize and trace modulations to different keys, 
and to ac<iuire the ability to pass from one key to another without in- 
strumental aid. 

Drawing: Book five, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed, and one-half 
of fourth; also from page 304 to 307, and 344 to 350. Language lessons, 
third grade. Abbreviations. Tellurian. Roman numerals. Punctua- 
tion^ marks.'" Politeness. Phonic Analysis. ^ 

SIXTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Fourth reader completed, together with supplementary 
reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Letter writing every two weeks. Composi- 
tion every week on topics designated by the teacher. 

Spelling: From page 69 to 100; also grade words. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic from page 67 to 96. Practical 
arithmetic. Re view, fractions. Decimals to compound numbers. Read 
and write six periods. 

Geography: To South America. Map of United States. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: Descriptive part, to page 70 including fine print and 
parsing. Analysis of simple sentences, and first two rules of syntax. 

Music: A thorough practice on all the above, with still greater diffi- 
culties in tune, time and part singing. 

Drawing: Book six, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fourth series from page 306 to 309 
and 346 to 354. Tellurian. Language lessons, fourth and fifth grades. 
Abbreviations. Roman numerals. Politeness. Phonic Analysis. , 

SEVENTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fifth reader. Supplementary reading. 
Writing: Copy-book. Composition every week. Letters every two 
weeks. 

Spelling: From page 100 to 130. Dictation; also grade words. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic, from page 96 to 118. Practical 
arithmetic. Compound numbers. 

Geography: From South America through. Map of South Ameri- 
ca, Asia and Illinois. 

Grammar: From page 76 to 166; also to rule ten in syntax. 
Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

History: United States, first half, to Revolution. Bible history, 
Old Testament. 

Music: Compound measures. Minor scales and key. 

Drawing: Book seven, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fifth series from page 307 to 312 
and 350 to 358. Tellurian. Abbreviations. Language lessons, sixth 
and seventh grader'.. Phonic Analysis. 

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EIGHT YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Last half of fifth reaeler, with supplementary reading 

AVriting: Copy-book. Composition, weekly. Letters, bi-weekly. 

Spelling: Prom page 1.30 to 180. Dictation. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual, from page 118 to 129. Practical arithme- 
tic. Percentage to Stocks. 

Geography: Map of Europe, Africa and Palestine. 

Grammar: Completed. . 

History: United States, completed. Bible history, completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism, completed. 

Music: First principles of harmony. 

Drawing: Book eight, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, sixth series. Language lessons, 
eighth grade. Tellurian. Phonic Analysis. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 

FIRST YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth reader, first half. Supplementary sight reading. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's Catechism, ^vith explanations. 

Writing: Copy-book; copies set by teacher. Letters V)i-weekly. 

Etymology: Word analysis, first half. 

Arithmetic: Stocks, insurance, ratio and proportion, alligation, in- 
volution and evolution. Intellectual, from page 129 to 149. 

Physical Geography: General history, first half. Familiar science. 

Rhktoric: To versification, and composition every week. French 

and German optional- 
Music: Review of the past, with chorus singing. Instrumental 

music optional; also private vocal lessons. 

Drawing: Krusi's method, book nine, with object drawing. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth completed. Sight reading from histories. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from copies by teacher on board. 

Etymology: Completed. Test words from speller. 

Arithmetic: Complete arithmetic finished. Intellectual completed. 

Algebra: First half. 

General History: Completed. 

Rhetoric: Completed. 

Physiology: French and German optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons 
optional. 

Drawing: Book ten, with object drawing. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Reading: Historical and literary, from classical authors. 
Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from board. 



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Arithmetic: Review complete arithmetic. 

Algebra- LasT half, with selections from University algebra. 

Christian Doctrine- Deharbe's continued. 

Book-keeping: Botany 

Literature English, complete. 

Composition and Epistolary Correspondence. 

Civil Government. Political Economy. French and German 
optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons 
optional. 

Drawing: Book eleven, with sketching from nature. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

Reading: Philosophical and political. 

Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from board. 

Geometry and Trigonometry. 

Epistolary Composition and Essay Writing. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's completed. 

Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, Zoology, Geology, Mythology, 
Chemistry. French, German and Latin optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons 
optional. 

Drawing: Book twelve, with sketching from nature. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS 

FOLLOWS: 

5}4 o'clock. Rise. 

6^4 " Morning Prayers and Mass. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by recreation. 

8 " Study. 

9 " Recitation in respective class-rooms. 
ll'^4 " Dinner and recreation. 

121^ " Study. 

1 " Mathematics. 

2 '• Plain sewing, penmanship, etc. 
4 " Luncheon and recreation. 

4)'2 " Study lessons for next day. 

6 " Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics). 

6J^ " Recreation. 

8 " Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective 

dormitories for the night. 



Shulies ivill he resiiined the First Moiiddi/ in S('j>f('mhcr, 
and no ijoung lady ivho is not tlien in attoidance loill ha al- 
lowed to compete for the Deportment Medal and Class Med- 
als. For the other medals it is necessary to be (d least nine 
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INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Urbacli's Method, Five-finger exercises, Jousse's Musical Catechism. 

First Division. 

Instructor and Catechism continued, major and minor scales, similar 
and contrary motion, Czerny's Easy studies, occasional pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Liebert and Stark's Method, major and minor scales in thirds, sixths; 
catechism: Lemoine's Juvenile Studies —first book, easy sonatas. 

First Division. 

Liebert and Stark's Method continued, catechism and scales: Lemoine's 
Juvenile Studies — second book, sonatas and pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Bertini's Etudes; Czerny's and Heller's Etudes, selections from Ley- 
bach, Gottschalk, etc.; catechism. 

First Division. 

Cramer's Studies — first book; selections from Chopin, Weber, 
Schumann, Beethoven's easier sonatas, etc.: harmony (Weitzman's Man- 
ual;, history of music commenced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 

Loeschorn's and Cramer's Studies continued. Beethoven's sonatas, 
Liszt's rhapsodies, Chopin's polonaises, etc., Weitzman's Manual of Har- 
mony, history of music continued. 



VOCAL MUSIC, 



Scale singing, intervals, easy pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Fifty Lessons, minor and chromatic scales, ballads. Abt's 
exercises. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Twenty-five Lessons: selections from Rossini. Verdi. Don- 
izetti, etc. 

All are expected to attend class-singing, which is free. Private vocal 
lessons, however, are extra. 



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term:s. 

(FOR BOARDERS.) 
Per Session of Five Months in Advance. 
Board and tuition, in English and music . _ . _ ^150 

Languages, each -...---... 10 
Oil painting ...-.-_.-. 4() 

Portrait painting ----------50 

Water color ----------- 25 

Crayon .---.--.--.-25 
Harp ------------ 40 

Guitar -- - - - - - - - -- -30 

Vocal lessons and harmony, each ------ 30 

Washing ------------ 5 

For chemical and physical apparatus, etc., in senior classes - - 3 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more sis- 
ters at the same time. 

Books, stationary, etc., are furnished at the usual retail price, but never 
OH credit. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, 
suitable for each season. Toilet articles: six towels, four table-napkins, 
a knife and fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, napkin-ring, goblet, two yards 
of carpeting or a rug, and two yards black net for vailing. 

No particular uniform is required. 

Xo visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 



term:s. 

(FOR DAY SCHOLARS.) 

Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

academic department. 

English branches ---.-..--- igi.j 

Music ------------ 15 

Use of piano 5 

Painting for the pupils ---- 20 

Painting for those who do not attend school ----- 25 

Portrait painting ---------- 40 

Crayon for those who do not attend school ----- 25 

Crayon for pupils ---------- 15 

Drawing ----------.-5 

Guitar - - - - - 15 

Vocal lessons and harmony, each ------- 1.5 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

English branches for Juveniles ------- ^10 

English branches for Minims --------5 

Music for Juniors . - - - 10 



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From September, 1887, to June, 1888. 



Ackermanii, Annie Brighton, 111. 

Alexander, Editli Chicago, 111. 

App, Edna " " " 

Barry, Kittie " " 

Barrett, Mary " " 

Bartlett, Madeline " 

Barnett, Louise " " 

Barnett, M. Agnes " " 

Best, Emma . . " " " 

Bergeron, Josephine Tucker, 111. 

Bergeron, Sophia " " 

Blish, Lizzie Chicago, 111. 

Blish, Lula " " " 

Blish, Florence " " 

Bough ten, Florence " " 

Bonlield, Susie " ,_ " 

Bontield, Laura " " 

Bcmlield, Maria " " 

Bontield, Inez " " 

Bowen, Maggie " " 

Bowen, Kittie " " 

Bragg, -losie " " 

Bradbury, Maggie Kankakee, 111. 

Bradbury, Josie " 

Briody, Maggie Maynooth, Ireland. 

Brown, Nannie " Chicago, 111. 

Brooks, Gertie St. Louis, Mo. 

Buell, Floyd Qninnesec, Mich. 

]3urks, Edna Sullivan, Ind. 

Burks, Gracie 

Burns, Eosie Chicago, 111. 

Butler, Helen " 

Cahill, Nellie 

Catlain, Helen , " " 

Cavanaugh, Bridget Coldwater, Mich. 

Carroll, Hannah Eleroy, 111. 

Canfield, Kittie Chicago, 111. 

Canfield, Maggie " " 

Canfield, Lill'ie " 

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Cleary, Mamie Chicago, 111. 

Cleaiy, Angela " " 

Clare, Kittie 

Combs, Carrie Hyde Park, 111. 

Convey, Sibbie Ashkum, 111. 

Convey, Carrie " " 

Cotton, Maggie Chicago, 111. 

Conroy, Julia " 

Cook, Irene " " 

Cowell, Marie " 

Cowell, Crusie " 

Cross, Helen Kansas City, M o. 

Cudahy, Bessie Chicago, 111. 

Cndahy, Julia • 

Cudahy, Marie 

Cuyler, Florence 

Danziger, Tillie " " 

Dalton, Kittie " 

Dailey, Lillian Minneapolis,Minn. 

De Vine, Maggie Chicago, 111. 

De AVitt, Lizzie 

Deloulme, Blanche " " 

Debre, Clara " " 

Doolan, Nellie " 

Dunne, Mamie " 

Dunne, Mary " 

Duddleston, Lizzie " 

Donnersberger, Mamie Brighton, 111. 

Edgell, Kitfie Chicago, 111. 

Esbert, Mamie " 

Essler, Hattie " 

Evans, Edith Amherst, Mass. 

Evoy, Effie Chicago, 111. 

Farrell, Bessie " 

Farrell, Mercedes " " 

Feeny, Clara Huntley, 111. 

Felsenthal, Rosie Chicago, 111. 

Foote, Mary " 

Foote, Saraii . " 

Foote, Laura " " 

Foote, Rosie " " 

Forster, Jessie " 

Forster, Minnie " 

Fox, Elsie •' " 

Frankenthel, Elsie " 

Gillespie, Lucy " " 

Goodell, Flossie " " 

Goss, Gracie " " 

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Goss, Nellie Chicago, 111. 

Gorman, Rose " '• 

Glenn, Essie Oakland, Cal. 

Granger, Elizabeth Bonrbonnais, 111. 

Green, Jane Hyde Park, 111. 

Griggs, Lnla Grand Forks, Dak. 

Griffith, Ethel Chicago, 111. 

Gnerin, Mary 

Hayes, Gracie 

Hayes, May 

Hanlon, Nellie 

Healy, Maggie Brighton, 111. 

Healy, Annie Chicago, 111. 

Hetfernan, Lollie 

Heissler, Louise " 

Heissler, Clara 

Heidweyer, Flora 

Henderson, May 

Higgle, Jennie Bacine, Wis. 

Hickev, Kittle Chicago, Ilk 

Hibbard, Mary 

Holton, Bessie 

Holton, Daisy 

Hohman, Gertie 

Hudson, Annie 

Hudson, Mamie " " 

Hudson, Clara 

Hunt, Pearl 

Jackson, Ida Sparta, Nel>. 

Jepson, Ethel Chicago, 111. 

Jerome, Irene " " 

Jochim, Kate " " 

Jordan, Winnie 

Junge, Alvina " " 

Keef e, Lillie " 

Keely, Katie 

Kenny, Annie 

King, Charlotte 

Kimball, Gertie 

Klassen, Mamie 

Kramer, Mamie 

Lapsley, Mertie 

Lawson, Ethel 

Lamont, Queenie " " 

Leindecker, Annie " 

Lewis, Ollie 

Lomax, Annie 

Lynch, Maude " 

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Maher, Katie 

Maker, Nellie 

Maher, May 

Maher, Eoxie 

Maher, Edith 

Mars, Lillie 

Magon, Marie 

Marble, Mary 

Maslin, Edith Butte City, Mont. 

Maslin, Carrie " 

Martin, Hester Chicago, 111. 

Martin, Gracie " " 

Mahony, Tessie 

Mahony, Celia 

Meehan, Lillie 

Mercer, Kittie 

Mercer, Mattie " 

Mercer, Essie " 

McFarland, Dottie 

Mc Adams, Florence 

McMahon, M. Belle 

McShane, Maggie Louisville, Ky. 

Migely, Jeanette Chicago, 111. 

Mitchell, Cecilia 

Mitchell, Lena Davenport, la. 

Mitchell, Mattie 

Moran, Margie Chicago, 111. 

Moran, Josie " " 

Morse, Evangeline Lafayette, Ind. 

Moninger, Annie Chicago, 111. 

Moore, May 

Murphy, Jennie Sag Bridge, 111. 

Murphy, Veronica Chicago, 111. 

Murphy, Ursula 

Murphy, Maggie 

Nagle, Annie 

Nagle, Mary 

Nott, Pearle 

Nott, Birdie 

O'Brien, Josie 

O'Brien, Katie 

O'Brien, Nellie 

O'Connell, Agnes 

O'Connell, Mary E 

O'Conner, Rosie 

O'Conner, Ella 

O'Donnell, Nellie 

O'Hara, Mary 

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O'Hara, Nellie Chicago, HI 

O'Eeilly, Susie 

O'Reilly, Marie 

O'Leary, Mamie 

O'Sliea, Annie 

Page, Gracie 

Parker, Mary 

Perry, Maggie Quebec, Canada 

Portsmouth, Sadie Chicago, 111 

Powers, Maggie 

Quinlan, Mary 

Ptead, Helen 

Reddy, Alice 

Reitz, Lizzie 

Rice, Nellie 

Riley, Lillie Hyde Park, 111. 

Roche, Lillie Chicago, 111. 

Ross, Katie 

Russell, Katie Hyde Park, 111. 

Ryan, Bertha 

Ryan, Julia Chicago, 111. 

Ryan, Mamie 

Sanborn, Ida Minneapolis,Minn. 

Sandmeier, Laura Chicago, 111 

Sandmeier, Annie 

Sanders, Mary 

Sanders, Maggie 

Sanders, Annie " 

Sampter, Jennie " 

Savoie, Annie 

Scanlon, Mabel 

Scanlon, Kittie 

Scanlon, Lucy 

Schaub, Eva 

Schlinker, Hulda 

Schmitt, Stella 

Schmitt, Dora 

Sherwood, Mabel 

Sliippy, Georgiana 

Shannon, Alice 

Shannon, Annie 

Shannon, Lillie 

Sheridan, Agnes 

Simonds, Addie 

Snow, Olive 

Stearns, Marie 

Stenson, Nellie 

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Storrs, Marie Cliicago, = 111. 

Stringer, Mary 

Synou, Angela " " 

Sunheimer, Elsie " " 

Terry, Kittie Spring Valley, 111. 

Thome, Sadie Leadville, Col. 

Tliielen, Blanche Chicago, 111. 

Train, Lnla Nashville, Tenn. 

Train, Lillie 

Tra(,'y, Mary Chicago, 111. 

Tracy, Nellie 

Traynor, Nettie " 

Tryber, Lillie 

Van Kirk, Maude " " 

Walls, Stenie 

Weaver, Cora " " 

White, Grace 

Whistler, Julia Indian Ty. 

Whistler, Pauline 

Wllmott, Alice Cliicago, 111. 

Wright, Edna " " 

Zeigler, Laura " " 



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Annual Commencement. 



'Thursday, June 2a iPfia%^-^ . 



PROGRAIVI. 

ENTRANCE MARCH, J^ii/er 

Mises M, DUNNE, A, KENNY, L, HEFFERNAN, L, DE WITT. 

CHORAL SALUTATORY,— Juniors, ----- Weder 
Accompanist, Miss L, HEFFERNAN. 

ESSAY,~"Our Tlioughts are like a Bell." .-...- 

Miss MART G. O'HARA. 

TANNHAUSER - Hermann 

Misses F, SPENCER, M, STEARNS, D. O'MALLY, R. GORMAN, 
S. CONVEY, A. O'SHEA, M. BOWEN, M, BRIODY. 

ESSAY,— " Laborare est Orare," - - 

Miss EDNA M, BURKS, 

P'LORAL FESTIVAL CANTATA, - - : . Bradbury 

Minims. Accompanist, Miss M, MURPHY. 

ESSAY,— "Beacon Lights," 

Miss SIBBIE Z. CONVEY. 

GALOP, Schulhofl 

Misses A. KENNY, M. DUNNE, L. DE WITT, L, TRYBER, 
C, MASLIN, E. MASLIN, M, STAFFORD, G. WHITE. 



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PROG RAM-Continued. 

VOCAL SOLO,— "Salve Regina," ------ Buck 

Miss N, CAHILL, 
Accompanist, Miss E, BURKS. 

ESSAY,— "Is Life an Empty Bubble.?" - - - - . 

Miss LAURA M. SANDMEIER, 

CANTATA,— " Senior Pupils," Efisis'/' 

Accompanist, Miss N, STENSON, 
Solo. Miss S, BONFIELD, Duo. Misses E, GLENN and M. STAFFORD. 

OVERTURE STRADELLy\, J^h/ow 

Misses J. MURPHY, L. HEFFERNAN, N. STENSON, K. TERRY, 
P, HUNT, L. TRYBER, C. WEAVER, M. MURPHY. 

ESSAY,— "Red Letter Days," ------- 

Miss NELLIE T. CAHILL, 

FANTAISIE TRIOMPHALE, ----- Gottschalk 

First Piano, Miss EDNA M. BURKS, 
Second Piano, Miss NELLIE G. STENSON. 

VOCAL CLASS,— "We Bright Creatures," - - - BargicI 

Accompanist, Miss PEARL HUNT. 

VALEDICTORY,—- Visions of Youth," -.-'--. 

Miss JENNIE V. MURPHY, 

FAREWELL CHORUS, ------- Ros^sini 

GRADUATES AND FIRST CLASS 
Accompanist, Miss CORA WEAVER. 



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PUPILS WHO HOLD CERTIFICATES. 



The following pupils distinguislied themselves by passing 
the examinations for either city or county schools and in some 
cases both. 

Miss Nellie C. Dore County. 

" Nellie Healy 

" Mary Fox 

" Sophia Jennings " 

" Ella Higgins 

" Lizzie McLaughlin " 

" Kate Connelly " 

" Eose McDonnell . 

'• Annie Brady " 

" Mary McDonnell " 

" Genevieve Higgins ( Supt. of singing ) . " 

" Martha Bennett City and County. 

' ' Maggie Clinnin City. 

" Minnie Brady County. 

" Mary Neville 

" Joanna Burke " 

" Mary Kent City and County. 

" Katie Mur^jhy "• 

'' Rose O'Brien City. 

" Alice Higgins City and County- 

" Katie Hastings " 

" Lizzie Miluamow " 

" Katie JMilnamoAv County. 

" Julia Greene City and County. 

" Cassie Drum 

" Gertrude Jackson City. 

" Susie M. Bonfield County. 



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Miss Carrie Convey, 


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i Belle Maher, 
Jennie Higgie, 
Jessie Forster, 
Lillie Riley, 
Marie O'Reilly, 
Nellie Maher, 
Sadie Portsmouth, 
Louisa Barnett, 
Kittie Hickey, 
Marie Cudahy, 
Grace Martin, 
Florence Blish, 
Dottie McFarland, 
Mamie Hudson, 
Annie Leindecker, 
Kittie Edgell, 
Clara Heissler, 
Jane Green, 
Josephine Moran, 
Mercedes Farrell, 
Mamie Ryan, 
Annie Muningkr, 
Mary Guerin, 
Sarah Foote, 
Mary Barnett, 
Stenie Walls, 
Katie O'Brien, 
Alvina Junge, 
Minnie Foster, 
Nellie Hanlon, 
TiLLiE Roche, 
Dora Smith, 
Mary Storrs, 
Maggie Perry, 
Clara Hudson, 
RosiE Burns, 
Florence Mc Adams, 
Nellie O'Donnell, 
Laura Foote, 
Kittie Brown, 
Mabel Scanlan, 
May Hayes, 



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PREMIUMS. 



READING. 



GRADUATE CLASS. 

Gold Medal Mary O'Hara 

Secoud Premium Edna Burks 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Stringer 

Second " Cecilia Mitchell 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium F. Spencer, R. Gorman 

Second '' Ethel Lawson 

Third " Maggie Bowen 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Foote 

Second " Mary Sanders 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Marble, N. Brown 

Second '• G. White. M. Moran 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Klassen, M. I)e Vine 

Second " K. Maher, M. Quinlan 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Bessie Cudahy 

Second " Nellie Doolan 

Third " Belle Maher 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Sarah Foote 

Second " Olive Snow 

Third " Nellie Maher 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Angela Cleary 

Second " Josie Bradbury 

Third " Lucy Gillespie 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium E. Maher, D. McFarland 

Second " C. Mahoney, C. Cowell 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Gracie Goss 

Second " Mary Tracey 



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FIRST GRADE — A. . 

First Premium M. Hudson, L. Foote 

Second " R. Burns, A. Leindecker 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

First Premium Mamie Nagle 

Second " I. Sanborn, G. Hohman 

PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Sibbie Convey 

Second " Lizzie DeWitt 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Carrie Convey 

Second " Maggie Briody 

Third '' Lizzie Blish 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Tryber, D. O'Malley 

Second " P. Hunt, A. Wilmott 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium O. Lewis, M. Marble 

Second " N. Brown, L. Heissler 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Dailey, N. O'Hara 

Second " Stella Schmitt 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium E. Evoy, L. Train 

Second " M. Cotton, I. Jackson 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Nellie Maher 

Second " Katie O'Brien 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Nellie Goss 

Second " Louise Barnett 

Third " Kittie Hickey 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium Mary Storrs 

Second " Gertie Kimball 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Madeline Bartlett 

Second " EllaO'Conner 

FIRST GRADE 

First Premium N. O'Donnell, K. Edgell 

Second " C. Heissler, J. Bergeron 



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ORNAMENTAL PENMANSHIP. 

FIKST CLASS. 

Gold Pen Carrie Convey 

SECOND CLASS. 

Gold Pen Edith Evans 

Second Premium Susie O'Reilly 

Third " Essie Glenn 

GRAMMAR OR LANGUAGE. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Sanders, M. Stafford 

Second '• Lillie Tryber 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Shannon, L. Heiseler 

Second " A. Sheridan, L. Blish 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. Stenson, A. Synon 

Second '• Josie O'Brien 

FIFTH GR.ADE. 

First Premium U. Murphy, M. Bonfield 

Second " E. Witt, K. Clare 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Edna App 

Second •' Jessie Foster 

Third " Lulu Train 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium H. Reed, M. Foster 

Second *' Emma Best 

Third " Mattie Mitchell 

SECOND GRADE — A 

First Premium Flossie Goodell 

Second •' Lillie Shannon 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Mary Tracy 

Second " Maggie Perry 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Stafford, M. Foote 

Second " Agnes Kelly 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Heissler, A. Hudson 

Second " L. Mitchell, N. Brown 

Third " A. Ackerman, M. McShane 



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SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Duddleston, K. Ross 

Second " Mary Quinlan 

FIFTH GBADE. 

First Premium U. Murphy, M. McGiuty 

Second " B. Cudaby, R. Foote 

Third " Annie Moninger 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Edna App 

Second " Olive Snow 

Third " Lulu Train 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Nellie Hanlon 

Second " Annie Savoie 

Third " Lucy Gillespie 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium Cecilia Mahony 

Second " Rosie Maher 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Mary Henderson 

Second " Ella O'Conner 

FIRST GRADE — A 

First Premium J. Green, M. Hudson 

Second '• Annie Leindecker 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

First Premium L Sanborn, M. Nagle 

Second " Gertie Hobman 

MATHEMATICS. 

TRIGONOMETRY. 

I'^irst Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Edna Burks 

GEOMETRY. 

First Premium Jennie Murphy 

Second " Nellie Cahill 

ALGEBRA. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium L. Heffernan, V. Murphy 

Second " Marie Stearns 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Fannie Spencer 

Second " Rose Gorman 



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ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Susie O'Reilly 

Second " Veronica Murphy 

Third " Marie Stearns 

SECOND DLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie Blish 

Second " F. Spencer, N. Stenson 

Third " Edith Evans 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Annie Saudmeier 

Second " Mary Sanders 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Shannon, L. Heissler 

Second " A. Hudson, O.Lewis 

Third " A. Ackerman, M. Donnersberger 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium K. Cantield, J. Stenson 

Second " Angela Synon 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Katie Keeley 

Second " M. Boniield, M. Guerin 

Third " Jennie Higgie 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mamie Cleary 

Second " Marie O'Reilly 

Third " Lillie Riley 

THIRD GRADE. 

Fitst Premium Josie Bradbury 

Second " M. Cudahy, J. Migley 

Third " Tessie Mahoney 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium Mary Storrs 

Second " Marie Co well 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Laura Zeigler 

Second " Gracie Goss 

FIRST GRADE — A. 

First Premium Josephine Moran 

Second " F. McAdams, C. Heissler 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

First Premium Gertie Hohman 

Second " I. Sanborn, M. Maher 

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COMPOSITION. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

Gold Medal Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Mary O'Hara 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium ....Lizzie De Witt 

Second " ., Mary Stringer 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium S. O'Reilly, M. Stearns 

Second " Edith Evans 

Third " Mary O'Connell 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Staflford, M. Foote 

Second " Susie Bonfield 

SEVKNTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Shannon, M. Marble 

Second " A. Simonds, G. White 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lillian Daily 

Second " Lizzie Duddleston 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium U.Murphy, A. Shannon 

Second " L. Peterson, A. Woods 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premiu m Sadie Portsmouth 

Second " Edna App 

Third •' Mamie O'Leary 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Julia Oudahy 

Second " Helen Reed 

Third " Rose O'Conner 

BIBLE HISTORY. 

KICiHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Dunne 

Second " Katie Scanlan 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium N. Brown, L. Mitchell 

Second " M. Donnersberger, M. Marble 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Sibbie Convey 



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FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Cecilia Mitchell 

Second '' A. Kermy, M. Dunne 

SECOND CLASS. 

Gold Medal Susie O'Reilly 

Second Premium F. Spencer, M. Murphy 

Third " Maggie Bowen 



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EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Sandmeier, G. Burks 

Second '' Mary Dunne 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Sheridan, A. Simonds 

Second " M. Marble. L. Mitchell 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. Ryan, J. O'Brien 

Second " L. Meehan. L. Bonfield 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium B. Deloulme, M. Lamb 

Second " E. Evoy, K.Clare 

Third " Maggie Bradbury 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lillie Canfield 

Second " .Kittie Barry 

Third •' Marv Barnett 

THIRD GRADE 

First Premium Minnie Forster 

Second " Mattie Mitchell 

Third " Tillie Roche 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium Gracie Martin 

Second " Florence Blish 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Madeline Bartlett 

Second " Maggie Perry 

GEOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Sixsie Bonfield 

Second " Mary Dunne 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Hudson, N. Brown 

Second " G. White, M. Donnersberger 



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SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. Ryan, L. Meehan 

Second " Kittie Maher 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium G. Brooks, L. O'Brien 

Second " R. Foote, A. Muniuger 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Kittie Barry 

Second " Jessie Forster 

Third " May Maher 

THIRD (iKADE. 

First Premium Marie Cudahy 

Second " Nellie Hanlon 

Third " Helen Reed 

MAP DRAWING. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium .Pearl Hunt 

Second " Gracie Burks 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lulu Blish 

Second " Annie Healey 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Kittie Ross 

Second " Laura Bonfield 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium L. Train, M. Canfield 

Second " E. Jepson, L. O'Brien 

ETYMOLOGY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Veronica Murphy 

Second " S. O'Reilly, L. Blish 

Third " Ethel Lawson 

U. S. HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

Gold Medal Delia O'Malley 

First Premium S. Bonfield, M. Foote 

Second " Annie Sandmeier 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium ; L. Heissler, N. Brown 

Second " L. Mitchell, A. Healy 

Third " C Combs, M. Moran 

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ENGLISH HISTORY. 

First Premium M. Stearns, S. O'Reilly 

Second '• Edith Evans 

Third '• Mag^de Murphy 

LITERATURE. 

First Premium M. Steams, S. O'Reilly 

Second " E. Evans, F. Spencer 

Third " V. Murphy, X. Stenson 

FAMILIAR SCIENCE. 

First Premium Susie O'Reilly 

Second " •■ Nellie Stenson 

Third " Lizzie Blish 

EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Jennie Murphy 

FIKST CLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie De Witt 

Second '• Annie Kenny 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premiiam M. Briody, E. Evans 

Second '• Nellie Stenson 

Third •' Mary O'Connell 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lillie Tryber 

Second " Mary Stafford 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Maggie McShane 

Second '• M. Moore, A. Simonds 

SIXTfl GRADE. 

First Premiiim Lillian Daley 

Second •' ■ .Jennie Stenson 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premiiim Maria Bonfield 

Second •' K. Mercer, K. O'Malley 

Third '• Elsie Frankenthal 

FOCRTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Cleary, S. Foote 

Second " Marie O'Reilly 

Third ■' Hester Martin 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Nellie Goss 

Second " Blanche Thielen 

Third « M. Bell McMahon 

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RHETORIC. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Stenson 

Second " Susie O'Reilly 

Third " Edith Evans 

PHYSICS. 

(iKADl ATK t L.ASS. 

First Premium Jennie Murphy 

Second " Sibbie Convey 

ASTRONOMY. 

GRAOUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Mary O'Hara 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie De Witt 

Second " »..Lollie Heffernan 

BOOK KEEPING. 

GR.MJLATE CLASS. 

First Premium Jennie Murphy 

Second " Sibbie Convey 

MUSIC. 

VOCAL. 

First Premium Xellie Cahill 

Second " Stella Eontield 

Third " M. Stafford, N. Goss 

INSTRUMENTAL. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium E. Burks, N. Stenson 

Second " C. Weaver, L. Tryber 

Third " P.Hunt, K.Terry 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium D. O'Malley, F. Spencer 

Second " R. Gormon, M. Bowen 

Third " A. O'Shea, M. Murphy 

THIRD CLASS — A. 

First Premium M. Marble, C. Convey 

Second " S. Bontield. M. Klassen 

THIRD CLASS B. 

First Premium J. Stenson, I. Jackson, G. Burks 

Second " B. Maher, L. Dailey 

Third " L. Train 



ST. xavieb's academy. 45 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium L. Diiddleston, J. Kyan 

Second '' M. Bonfield, L. Bonfield 

Third " M. A. Barnett 

Fourth " Helen Read 

THEORY OF MUSIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Fannie Spencer 

Second " Cora Weever 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " Lizzie De Witt 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Susie Bonfield 

Second " Mamie Klassen 

GUITAR. 

First Premium Maggie Murphy 

Second " Essie Glenn 

HARP. 

First Premium Pearl Hunt 

Second '• Grace White 

CLASS-SINCINC. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Cahill 

Second " Edna Burks 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Lollie Hetfernan 

Second Premium Mamie Dunne 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie Blish 

Second " E. Evans, M. Murphy 

Third " Ethel Lawson 

DRAWING. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium. Lizzie DeWitt 

Second " A. Kenny, M. Dunne 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " C. Weaver, L. Blish 

Third " N. Steuson, E. Glenn 



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EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Alice Wilmott 

Second " Mary Sanders 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Donnersberger, A. Simouds 

Second " N. Brown, M. Marble 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Julia Ryan 

Second " Mary Quinlan 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium I. Jackson, M. Cotton 

Second " M. Bradbury, N. O'Brien 

FOURTH (JRADE. 

First Premium '. Stena Walls 

Second " Lillie Riley 

Third " Lillie Canfield 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Jeanette Migley 

Second " Emma Best 

Third " Blanche Thielen 

SECOND tiRADE — A. 

First Premium Georgina Shippy 

Second " Edith Alexander 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium May Henderson 

Second " Maggie Perry 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium C Hudson, J. Bergeron 

Second " Josephine Moran 



PASTEL PAINTING. 

Gold Medal Carrie Convey 

GERMAN. 

First Premium Lizzie Blish 

Second " A. Synon, Alviua Jiinge 

FRENCH. 

Premium Cora Weaver 

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MISCELLANEOUS. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " Fannie Spencer 

Third " Ethel Lawson 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Sanders, L. Tryber 

Second " Susie Bonfield 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. Donnersberger, N.Browu 

Second " A. Sheridan, O.Lewis 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. De Vine, K. Canfield 

Second " Stella Schmitt 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium B. Maher, M. Cautield 

Second " A. Shannon, K. Mercer 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Katie O'Brien 

Second '' Stena Walls 

Third " May Maher 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Alvina Junge 

Second " Annie Savoie 

Third " Nellie Goss 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium Lucy Scanian 

Second " Dora Schmitt 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Madeline Bartlett 

Second " Gracie Goss 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium Clara Heissler 

Second " L. Mars, C. Hudson 

(Iiiipro\ement.) 

Kittie Bowen, Robert Wheeler, May Hayes, 

May Scanian, Mamie Ryan, Inez Bonfield, 

Mercedes Farrell, Clara Deb re, Edward Mullen, 

Harry Hohraan, Nora Schwab, Ida Sanborn. 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



AVERAGES 



FOR 



Examination, Scholarsliip, Deportment, 



AND 



OBSERVANCE OF RULES. 



FOR THE YEAR, 



GRADUATE DEPARTMENT. 



FOURTH YEAR — SENIOR GRADUATES. 

Laura Sandmeier 

Jennie Murpliv 

Mary O'Hara. 

Sibbie Convey 

Edna Burks 

Nellie Cahill 

THIRD YEAR — JUNIOR GRADUATES. 

Lollie I leff ernan Promoted 

Lizzie De Witt 

Mamie Dunne " 

Annie Kennv " 

Mary Stringer 

Cecilia Mitchell 

SECOND YEAR. 

Susie O'Reilly Promoted 

Marie Stearns " 

Veronica Mur]-)hv " 

Mary O'Connell.! 

FIRST YEAR. 

Fannie Spencer Promoted 

Lizzie Blish 

Nellie Stenson " 

Edith Evans " 

Ethel Lawson 

Maggie Murphy 

Maggie Bowen 

Rose Gorman 

ECLECTICS. 

Maggie Briody 

Essie Glenn 

Cora Weaver 



Ex. Av. 


School 
Av. 


94.2 


95 


92.4 


95 


92.1 


94 


91.9 


94 


90.8 


93 


90.2 


92 


89.2 


92 


88.8 


91 


84.8 


87 


84.3 


86 


84.2 


88 




80 


93.1 


95 


92.9 


95 


89.5 


91 


84.5 


84 


89 


90 


87.9 


89 


87.3 


91 


86.1 


89 


82.6 


81 


82.6 


90 


80.3 


81 


79.4 


81 


82.3 


81 


75.4 


70 


86 


84 



Dep't. 



100 

98 
100 

98 

98 

100 



99 
100 
99 
99 
99 
99 



100 

95 

100 

100 



89 

100 

100 

77 

57 

90 

100 

100 



100 

81 

100 



Obs. of 
KuIpb. 



94 

92 
95 
93 
92 
93 



95 
98 
90 
90 
95 
95 



89 
74 
95 

87 



75 
90 
72 
70 
50 
73 
71 
87 



100 

70 

100 



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ECLECTICS — Continued. 

Edith Maslin Not examined 

Carrie Maslin " " 

Bridget Cavanaugli •' " 

Carrie Convey " " 

Gussie Shrimski Absent 

Maud Van Kirk 

Maggie Ilealv ' 

NoraCorbett. ' 

Leonie Rivard 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

Marv Sanders Promoted 

Delia O'Malley 

Susie Bonfield " 

Pearl Hunt 

Lillie Tryber 

Annie Sandmeier " 

Mary Foote " 

Mary Stafford..: 

Grace Burks " 

Mary D unne 

Alice Wilmott 

Agnes Kelly 

An nie O'Shea 

Katie .Scan Ion 

Georgia Lynn 

Hannah Carroll Absent 

Mary Kelly ' 

Katie " Dal ton ' 

Nellie Tracey ' 

Jennie Sampter ' 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

Alice Shannon Promoted 

Louisa Heissler " 

Nannie Brown " 

Ollie Lewis " 

Mary Marble " 

Annie Hudson " 

Lulu Blish " 

Lena Mitchell " 

Carrie Combs " 

Annie Healy " 

Addie Simonds " 

Agnes Sheridan " 

Mary Donnersberger 

Maggie McShane 

Grace White 

Margie Moran 

May Moore 

Annie A c ke r m an 

Florence Cuyler Absent 

SIXTH GRADE. 

Julia Ryan Promoted 

Jennie Stenson " 

Kittie Canfield " 

Josie O'Brien " 



90 



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Ex. Av. 




89.8 


89.5 


89.3 


88.8 


86.5 


86 


85.5 


85 


85 


83 


82 


81 


72 


72 


72 


92.4 


92.3 


91.6 


90 


90 


89.7 


87.4 


87 


86.6 


86.1 


85.5 


.85.4 


82.6 


82.1 


81.5 


80 


75 


90.3 


91 


89 


88 



School 
Av. 



Dep't. 

100 
100 
100 
100 



Obs. of 
Rules. 



97 

81 
100 
100 







90 


89 


89 


90 


88.3 


90 


86 


96 


86 


100 


87 


91 


83 


91 


82 


85 


85 


85 


81 


100 


81 


100 


82 


100 


73 


100 


70 


100 


75 


100 


80 


100 


80 


100 


83 


100 


83 


100 


80 


100 


94.2 


90 


94.1 


100 


93.2 


100 


92.4 


98 


88.6 


85 


93.2 


100 


91.1 


100 


87.2 


85 


86.2 


100 


89.1 


100 


88.1 


100 


88.7 


100 


87 


100 


84 


100 


86.1 


93 


85.1 


100 


80.2 


100 


80 


100 




100 


89.2 


98 


87.3 


80 


84 


94 


83 


97 



80 
85 
83 
90 
93 
80 
80 
78 
80 
94 
93 
96 
96 
97 
87 
99 
96 
89 
95 
95 



87 
95 
95 
98 
80 
96 
98 
80 
96 
97 
95 
95 
96 
96 
87 
100 
95 
100 
100 



91 
76 

82 
88 



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SIXTH GR.\T)E — Continued. 

Lizzie Duddleston Promoted 

Katie Ross " 

Mai^gie De Vine " 

LilUiin Dailev 

Lillie Meehan 

Mary Klassen " 

Angela Svnon " 

Netlie O'llara ^ 

Stella Schmitt 

Katie Maher 

Laura ]5on field 

Mar^' Quinlan , 

Alice Reddv 

Nettie Travnor Absent 

Bessie Farrell ' 

Winnie Jordan ' 

Helen Butler ' 

Elizabeth Granger ' 



Ex. Av. 



87 
86.5 
86 
85 

85 
85 
85 
82 
82 
82 
81 
80 
79 



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FIFTH GRADE. 

Ursula Murphy- Promoted 

Gertie Brooke " 

Lulu O'Brien 

Annie Shannon " 

Lullie Train 

May Guerin ' 

Rosie Foote " 

Maggie Canfield " 

Blanche Ueloulme " 

Annie Moningcr " 

Maria Bonfield " 

Bessie Cudahy 

Effie Evov....."^. 

Ida Jackson 

Emma Witt " 

Mamie McGinty 

Ethel fepson 

Belle "Maher 

Maggie Cotton " 

Kittic Mercer 

Katie Keeley " 

Mamie Lamb " 

Lorena Peterson " 

Kittie O'Malley 

Katie Clare 

Nellie O'Brien 

M aggie Bradbu r \- 

Jennie Higgie 

Agnes Woods 

Nellie Doolan 

Elsa Frankenthal Not examined 

Julia Conrov " " 

Kittie Russell .\bsent 

Flovd Buell " 

Alice Scully " 

Maude Lynch " 

Mamie Montague " 

Nellie Shipman " 



School 
Av. 



81 

81 
81 

81 
80 
79 
80 
75 
75 
77 
75 
74 
78 
74 
81 
80 
88 
79 



95 


92 


94 


91 


93 


90 


92 


90 


91 


91 


90 


90 


89 


88 


89 


84 


89 


86 


89 


83 


88 


84 


88 


84 


87 


85 


87 


82 


87 


82 


87 


81 


87 


85 


86 


84 


85 


80 


85 


80 


83 


85 


83 


85 


83 


84 


80 


80 


80 


81 


80 


78 


80 


81 


80 


75 


79 


78 


79 


78 




82 




75 




89 




81 




80 




75 




75 




74 



Dep't. 



Obs of 
Rules. 



91 

100 

98 

92 

90 

75 

95 

90 

98 

87 

96 

100 

100 

82 

100 

100 

100 

100 



100 
90 

100 
88 
50 

100 

100 
70 

100 
90 
80 

100 

100 

100 
95 
85 

100 

100 
89 
60 

100 
90 
85 
79 

100 
92 
80 
98 
70 
80 

100 
88 

100 
80 
82 

100 

100 
95 



90 
100 

88 
73 
85 
77 
90 
80 
87 
84 
85 
94 

100 
74 
98 
98 
98 

100 

100 

85 

100 

81 

50 

100 

100 

68 

100 

95 

82 

98 

98 

84 

98 

88 

100 

95 

95 

50 

96 

84 

80 

70 

98 

81 

78 

95 

75 

85 

100 

85 

94 

85 

80 

100 

100 

95 



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FOURTH GRADE. 

f 

Ed na App Prom oted 

Mamie Clearv " 

Marie O'Reiflv 

Nellie Maher..' 

Lillie Canfield 

Jessie Foster " 

Lillie Riley 

Sarah Foote " 

Olive Snow " 

Kittie Barry " 

Katie O'Brien " 

May Maher 

Hester Martin " 

Lulu Train 

Mamie O'Leary 

Sadie Portsmouth 

May Agnez Barnett 

Elsie Fox Alisen t 

Irene Cooke " 

Pearl Nott " 

Bertha Rvan " 

Mattie Mercer " 

Birdie Nott 

Ma'-y llibbard " 

Sadie Thorne " 

THIRD GRADE. 

Nellie Goss Promoted 

Alvina Junge " 

Josie Bradbury " 

Annie Sayoie " 

Nellie Ilanlon " 

Julia Cudahy " 

Lucy Gillespie " 

Tessie Mahoney " 

Jeanette Migley " 

Marie Cudahv " 

Mattie Mitchell " 

ALary B. McMahon 

Angela Cleary " 

Helen R ead 

Blanche Thielen 

Minnie Forster 

E m ma Best 

Rose O'Connor 

Kittie Hickey 

Louise Barnett 

Evangeline Morse Absent 

Clara Feeny 

Tillie Roche " 

Mary Callanan " 

Julia Whistler 

Gracie Hayes '• 

Eva Schaub " 

Agnes O'Connell " 

Hulda Schlenker 



Ex. Av, 



School 
1 Av. 



93 

92 
92 
92 
91 
90 
90 
90 
89 
89 
87 

8r. 

85 
88 
82 
80 
79 



91 

90 
88 
88 
87 
87 
84 
86 
85 
84 
84 
83 
Abs'nt 
82 
82 
77 



77 
74 
65 
64 



87.3 

88.2 

87.2 

84.2 

86 

86.5 

82 

85.3 

84 

85 

83 

83.5 

87 

81 

80 

79 

78 

87 

84 

83 

84 

83 

82 

81 

80 



90 

90 

89 

87 

86.5 

86 

83 

85 

84 

84 

83 

82 

91 

83 

82 

80 

80 

73 

70 

80 

90 

89 

79 

74 

73 

70 

80 

65 

60 



Dep't. 



80 

85 

100 

100 

50 

100 

100 

100 

75 

80 

100 

95 

100 

90 

80 

100 

100 

100 

50 

90 

100 

90 

85 

100 

100 



90 

100 

80 

90 

100 

100 

80 

50 

90 

100 

90 

90 

90 

80 

50 

100 

75 

50 

100 

100 

100 

80 

90 

100 

100 

100 

100 

70 

75 



Obs. of 
Rules. 



75 

80 

100 

100 

50 

100 

100 

100 

70 

70 

85 

80 

100 

80 

70 

95 

100 

100 

60 

80 

100 

80 

75 

90 

95 



80 

100 

70 

90 

90 

80 

75 

50 

80 

90 

80 

70 

80 

70 

50 

100 

60 

50 

90 

100 

100 

75 

90 

100 

100 

90 

100 

70 

50 



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Ex. Av. 



Celia Mahone y Promoted 

Flossie Goodell " 

Mary Storrs " 

Dottie McFarland " 

Florence Blish " 

Roxie Maher " 

Lillie Shannon " 

Marie Cowell " 

Crusie Cowell " 

Maggie Powers " 

Lucy Scanlon " 

Gertie Kimball " 

Dora Schmitt 

Georgiana Shipp v 

Edith Maher ". i 77 

Gracie Martin Absent 

Florence Boughton " 

Ilattie Esler " 

Edith Alexander " 



89 

87 
87 
86 
86 
86 
85 
85 
84 
84 
84 
84 
79 
78 



SECOND GRADE — B. 

Ella O'Connor Promoted 

Gracie Goss " 

Maggie Perry '' 

Madeline Bartlett " 

Laura Zeigler " 

Anna Nagle " 

May Henderson Absent 

Mary Tracey " 

FIRST GRADE A. 

Annie Lein decker Promoted 

Mamie Hudson " 

Josie Moran " 

Clara Heissler " 

Rosie Biuns " 

Clara Hudson " 

Jennie Green " 

Florence McAdams " 

Lillie Mars " 

Kittie Edgell 

Nellie O'Donnell " 

Joiiie Bergeron " 

Queenie Lamont 

Laura Foote Absent 

Essie Mercer 

Marv Barrett " 

Ethel Griffith " 

Daisy Holton " 

Lillie Keefe " 

Pauline Whistler " 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

Mary N agle Promoted 

Gertie Hohman " 

Ida Sanborn " 

Kittie Bowen " 

Mabel Scanlan " 



85 
84 
84 
84 
83 
83 



95 
91 

90 

88 
87 
86 
87 
86 
85 
85 
84 
84 
78 



88 
85 
85 
85 
85 



School 
Av. 


Dep't. 


90 


95 


88 


95 


88 


100 


87 


100 


87 


95 


87 


95 


86 


88 


86 


70 


85 


80 


85 


95 


85 


95 


85 


95 


80 


100 


79 


95 


78 


95 


88 


100 


85 


100 i 


79 


100 


85 


100 


85 


80 


85 


80 


85 


100 


84 


95 


84 


95 


83 


85 


89 


95 


89 


90 


95 


100 


93 


100 


91 


95 


90 


90 


89 


100 


88 


90 


89 


100 


87 


95 


86 


83 


86 


90 


85 


100 


85 


100 


79 


90 


93 


100 


90 


85 


80 


100 


90 


95 


80 




90 


100 


90 


85 


89 


85 


86 


80 


86 


80 


86 


100 


86 


85 



Obs. of 
Kales. 



76 
75 
98 
88 
85 
75 
75 
45 
50 
75 
85 
75 
85 
90 
65 
75 
90 
80 
80 



48 
45 
90 
90 
75 
45 
80 
75 



90 
90 
90 
95 
90 
90 

100 
90 
75 
90 
90 
85 
85 
95 
80 

1(X) 
90 

95 

80 



80 
70 
70 
90 
75 



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FIRST GRADE — H — Continued. 

Clara Debre Promoted 

Gracie Page " 

Mercedes Farrell " 

Marie Magon 

Charlotte King Absent 

Mabel Sherwood 
Mamie Kramer . 

Bessie Ilolton 

Edna 
Nellie Rice 



Wright. 



Ex. Av. 



84 

84 
85 
75 



School 
Av. 



85 
85 
86 
75 
83 
89 
79 
78 
75 
76 



Dep't. 



100 
100 
100 

80 
100 

90 
100 

70 
100 

95 



Obs. of 
Kules. 



90 
90 
90 
75 

100 
85 

100 
70 
95 
90 



KINDERGARTEN. 



Mamie Eyan, Mary Hayes, Mary Etsbert, Emma Mullen, Nora 
Scliaub, Annie Sanders, Inez Bonfield. 



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RULES FOR THE BOARDERS. 



The pupils should remember that in an institution of this kind it 
would be impossible to preserve order without well-established rules; 
and when these rules are once understood, each young lady should con- 
sider it her duty, not only to observe them strictly, but also to aid her 
companions in doing the same, thereby rendering a most acceptable as- 
sistance to her teachers, whose greatest pleasure among them Avill be de- 
rived from their assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The first and most important rule concerns their religious duties, 
which all will be required to attend punctuaUy. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during the 
time allowed for recreation in the room appointed for that purpose: but 
even during the hours set apart for recreation, it is never permitted in 
the halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall, or any room in 
which all are assembled, without permission from the presiding Sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose of 
safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the treasurer; also alljeicel- 
ry, except a breast-pin, pair of ear-rings and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once 
in two weeks. 

7th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to ex- 
clude all others, or become remarkable: on the contrary, all should try to 
be sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, especially toward 
new pupils. 

8th. During the recreation hours no work is permitted that will pre- 
vent the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending the 
mind and preparing it for future study. 

9th. No books brought to the academy by the pupils can be read with 
out submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are also 
subject to the inspection of the Directress. 

10th. No visits allowed except at the appointed times, viz.: Wednes- 
day afternoon and Sunday. Pupils who wish to give no trouble should 
be particular to notify their friends of this arrangement. 

11th. Personal neatness and a particular care of books, toilet articles, 
wearing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as nothing like a 
slovenly appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is careless in 
this respect must expect to lose all good marks as well as the respect of 
her teachers and companions. 

12th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms 
during the hours given them for practice, neither should they speak in 
those rooms. 

13th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room during school or recrea- 
tion hours without special permission. 

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OF 



ST. XAVIER'S ACADEMY, 



CHICAGO 



For the Academic Year 1888-89. 



CHICAGO : 

THE GEO. D. SIMONDS PRINTING CO., 125 OLAKK STKEET, 

1889. 



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PROSPECTUS 



OF 



ST. XAVIER'S ACADEMY. 



Conducted by the Sistees of Meecy. 



This Institution, first opened in 1816, is now permanently located on 
the corner of Wabash avenue and Twenty-ninth street, about three miles 
from the center of the city. 

T!io building is of brick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious and 
well adapted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connect- 
ed with the various apartments, and the entire building is heated by 
steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to 
health, and those parents and guardians who have patronized the Acad- 
emy during the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation 
which exists, has done much to improve the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy 
enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the 
country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to se- 
cure order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of five months each 
the first session commencing on the first of September; the second ou 
the first of February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at 
Christmas, when pupils are permitted to visit their parents if they desire 
it. If residents of the city, they are permitted to do so once a Dionth — 
generally the first Sunday of the month, unless deprived of this privilege 
for non-observance of rule. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends; visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since 
study is necessarily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the 
supervision of the Directress 

Pupils may enter at any time during the year, but can in no case 
leave (as is sometimes the practice), just before the close of the year; 
without serious damage to their standing, besides forfeiting prizes. 

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No deduction is made for tlie first two or last two weeks of a term, 
nor for absence, except in cases of protracted sickness. 

Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention consis- 
tent with the spirit of a mild but firm government is paid to the comfort 
of the young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is 
taken to nourish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion 
which alone can render education profitable. No undue influence is ex- 
ercised over the religious opinions of non-Catholic pupils; however, for 
the sake of order, all are required to conform to the external discipline 
of the Institution. 

Monthly reports of deportment, scholarship, etc., are forwarded to 
parents and guardians. 

At the Annual Distribution of Premiums, those who have given evi- 
dence of polite and amiable deportment, are crowned by the Most Rever- 
end Archbishop. 

The course of study embraces the various branches of a solid and 
useful education. Particular attention is given to Rhetoric, Composi- 
tion History and Penmanship. A certain portion of time is allowed 
each pupil for Plain and Ornamental Needle-work. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on those only who take the full 
Academic Course. 

Pupils are received at all times during the year, their session always 
commencing with the date of their entrance. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 
Weekly instructions are given in poUteness, and all that constitutes 
lady-like deportment. 

There are two examinations each year, after which any pupil who 
may be found duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the 
latter the Academy is opened at 8 o'clock. 

Recitation commences at 9 o'clock precisely, and continues until 3:30 
p. M., with an intermission of three-quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion de- 
pends in a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they 
should never be encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except m case 
of illness. Parents should also see that they attend to evening study 
while at home, as it is useless to expect perfect recitation without pri- 
vate study. 

No young lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation 
hours, except in extraordinary cases. 



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COURSE OF STUDY. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

FIRST YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Word and sentence method from chart and panorama; also 
first reader. 

Writing: Name of pnpil and place of residence on slate. Name of 
teacher and school. Copy from chart and book. 

Arithmetic: Counting forward and backward by I's, 2's, 5's and lO's 
to 100; by 3's and 4's to 48; by 6's and 8's to 24. The signs +, — , X , -^, 
= , §, and the use of them. Learn to read and write one period of fig- 
ures. Addition and subtraction tables on board from 1 to 5. Addition 
on slate and board. Roman numerals. 

Music: Learn to recognize and sing the tones " Do, " "Me," "Sol" 
(1, 3, 5, of a key) the upper octave of " Do " and " Mi, " and the lower oc- 
tave of " Sol " and " Mi. " Practice these from manual signs, from the 
modulator, from the Tonic Sol-fa notation and from the staff. Recog- 
nize and produce the strong and weak accents, and the simplest divis- 
ions of time, viz. : the beat, half-beat, two-part and three-part measure. 
As supx)lementary work, from eight to twelve simple songs to be learned 
by rote during the year. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, first series of Calkins'. Bright's 
language lessons to seventh topic. Use of period and inten-ogation 
mark. Politeness. 

SECOND YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Second reader. Before commencing to read, all diffiicult 
words pronounced correctly and meaning given. A short sketch of the 
lessons given from memory. 

Writing: The spelling lesson written on slate. Copying from 
board or book. Short sentences containing certain words given by 
teacher. Use of pencil on paper. Short letters to be written first on 
slates. 

Spelling: Oral and written from reader, after which the speller to 
page 24. 

Arithmetic: Addition and subtraction tables in mental arithmetic 
from 5's to lO's with analysis on same pages. Multiplication table and 
analysis to 5's. In practical arithmetic, addition and subtraction com- 
pleted. Multiplication to three figures in multiplier. Read and write 
three periods of figures. Counting by 2's, 3'b and 9's to 100. 

Music: Review work of first year. In addition to tones already 
learned, to recognize and produce the tones "Re" and "Si, " and prac- 
tice as in first year. The last term of this year the remaining tones of 
the scale, "La" and "Fa," may be studied. Introduce four-part meas- 
ure, one and one-half beat tones, quarter-beat tones, and rests corres- 
ponding to all the above tone lengths. The songs for this year shall for 
the most part be included in the above lessons, rather than to be learned 
by rote. 

DuAWTNG" On cards — Krusi's method; also on blackboard. 



6 ST. XAVIEK'S ACADEMY. 

Miscellaneous: Phouic analysis. Object lessons, first and second 
series. Languagfe lessons, first grade reviewed and completed. Time 
by the clock. Divisions of time. Colors. Politeness. 

THIRD YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half of third reader with meaning of difficult ■words. 
Writing: Commence copy-book. Short letters once a week. 

Spelling: Reed's Word Lessons, pages 24 to 45, oral and written; 
also supplementary grade words. 

Christian Doctrine: For Catholics only. First lessons with ex- 
planations. 

Geography: Primary to page 32, with globe. 

Arithmetic: In the mental, multiplication tables with analysis 
completed. Division tables and analysis. Review addition and sub- 
traction. Complete multiplication. Short di^^siou and long division to 
three figures in divisor. Read and write four periods of figures. 

Music: Review with great care the work of the first and second 
years. Learn to pitch tunes in different keys by the use of a C pitch- 
pipe or tuning-fork. The songs for this year shall all be taught as mu- 
sic reading lessons. 

Drawing: Books one and two. Blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series: page 298; also from 
300 to 305 and from 340 to 346. Language lessons, second grade. Ab- 
breviations. Use of comma. Divisions of time. Use of Tellurian. 
Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

FOURTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Third reader completed. Occasional sight reading. 

AVriting: Copy-book. Short letters. Composition of about one 
dozen lines once a week. 

Spelling: From page 45 to 61, with supplementary grade words. 

Arithmetic: Multiplication and division reviewed. L. C. Multiple. 
G. C. Divisor. Cancellation and fractions to multiphcation. Review 
multiplication. Read and write five periods of figures. 

Geography: Primary completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Continuation of Catechism with explanations. 

Music: After review, introduce six-part measure, three-quarter and 
quarter-beat tones, and increasing difliculties in time and tune. 

Drawing: Books three and four; also blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed. Language, 
second grade reviewed. Oral Grammar. Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

GRAMMER DEPARTMENT. 

FIFTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fourth reader. Sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Compositions on given subjects. Letter 
writing every two weeks. 

Spelling: . From page 55 to page 76, and supplementary words. 

Arithmetic: Mental, from page 31 to page 67. Practical, complete 
fractions. Read and write five periods. 



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Geography: North America, with map of same; also British Amen 
ca and Mexico. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: To page 69. Parsing nouns, pronouns and adjectives. 
Analysis of short sentences. 

Music: Learn to recognize and trace modulations to different keys, 
and to acquire the ability to pass from one key to another without in- 
strumental aid. 

Drawing: Book five, with blackboard drawing. 

MiscELLANEOiTS : Object lessons, third series reviewed, and one-half 
of fourth; also from page 304 to 3U7, and 344 to 350. Language lessons, 
third grade. Abbreviations. Tellurian. Roman numerals. Punctua- 
tion marks. Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

SIXTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Fourth reader completed, together with supplementary 
reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Letter writing every two weeks. Composi- 
tion every week on topics designated by the teacher. 

Spelling: From page 69 to 100; also grade words. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic from •^jage 67 to 96. Practical 
arithmetic. Review fractions. Decimals to compound numbers. Reed 
and write six periods. 

Geography: To South America. Map of United States. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: Descriptive part, to page 76 including fine print and 
parsing. Analysis of simple sentences, and first two rules of syntax. 

Music : A thorough practice on all the above, with still greater diffi- 
culties in tune, time and part singing. 

Drawing: Book six, with blackboard dramng. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fourth series from page 306 to 309 
and 346 to 354. Tellurian. Language lessons, fourth and fifth grades. 
Abbreviations. Roman numerals. Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

SEVENTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reabing: First half fifth reader. .Supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Composition every week. Letters every two 
weeks. 

Spelling: From page 100 to 1.30. Dictation; also grade words. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic, from page 96 to 118. Practical 
arithmetic. Compound numbers. 

Geography: From South America through. Map of South Ameri- 
ca, Asia and Illinois. 

Grammar: From page 70 to 166; also to rule ten in syntax. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

History': United States, first half, to Revolution. Bible history, 
Old Testament. 

Music: Compound measures. Minor scales and key. 

Drawing: Book seven, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fifth series from page 307 to 312 
and 350 to 358. Tellurian. Abbreviations. Language lessons, sixth 
and seventh grades. Phonic Analysis. 



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EIGHT YEAR OR GRADE. 

Beading: Last half of fifth reader, with supplementary reading 

Writing: Copy-book. Composition, weekly. Letters, bi-weekly. 

Spelling: From page 130 to 180. Dictation. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual, from page 118 to 129. Practical arithme- 
tic. Percentage to Stocks. 

Geography: Map of Europe, Africa and Palestine. 

Grammar: Completed. 

History: United States, completed. Bible history, completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism, completed. 

Music: First principles of harmony. 

Drawing: Book eight, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, sixth series. Language lessons, 
eighth grade. Tellurian. Phonic Analysis. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 
FIRST YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth reader, first half. Supplementary sight reading. 
Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's Catechism, with explanations. 
Writing: Copy-book; copies set by teacher. Letters bi-weekly. 
ETYMOLOor: Word analysis, first half. 

Arithmetic: Stocks, insurance, ratio and proportion, alligation, in- 
volution and evolution. Intellectual, from page 129 to 149. 

Physical Geography: General history, first half. Familiar science. 

Ehetoric: To versification, and composition every week. French 
and German optional- 

Music: Eeview of the past, with chorus singing. Instrumental 
music optional; also private vocal lessons. 

Drawing: Krusi's method, book nine, with object drawing. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Beading: Sixth completed. . Sight reading from histories. 
Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from copies by teacher on board. 
Etymology: Completed. Test words from speller. 
Arithmetic: Complete arithmetic finished. Intellectual completed. 
Algebra: First half. 
General History: Completed. 
Bhetoric: Completed. 
Physiology: French and German optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons 
optional. 

Drawing: Book ten, with object drawing. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Beading: Historical and literary, from classical authors. 
Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from board. 

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Arithmetic: Review complete anthmetic. 

Algebra* Last half, with selections from University algebra. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Book-keeping: Botany. 

Literature: English, complete. 

Composition and Epistolary Correspondence. 

Civil Government. Political Economy. French and GeiTuan 
optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons 
optional. 

Drawing; Book eleven, with sketching from nature. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

Reading: Philosophical and political. 

Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from board. 

Geometry and Trigonometry. 

Epistolary Composition and Essay Writing. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's completed. 

Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, Zoology, Geology, Mythology, 
Chemistry. French, German and Latin optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons 
optional. 

Drawing: Book twelve, with sketching from nature. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS 

FOLLOWS: 

5% o'clock, Rise. 

6y " Morning Prayers and Mass. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by recreation. 

8 " Study. 

9 " Recitation in respective class-rooms. 
11^4 " Dinner and recreation. 

V2^ " Study. 

1 " Mathematics. 

2 " Plain sewing, penmanship, etc. 
4 " Luncheon and recreation. 

4l}'2 " Study lessons for next day. 

6 " Supper. Rosary (for the Catholics). 

Q% " Recreation. 

8 " Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective 

dormitories for the night. 



Studies will he resumed the First Mondaij in Septemher, 
and no young lady ivho is not then in attendance will he al- 
lowed to compete for the Deportment Medal and Class Med- 
als. For the other medals it is necessary to he at least nine 
months in the Institution. 



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INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 
Urbach's Method, Five-finger exercises, Jousse's Musical Catechism 

First Division. 

Instructor and Catechism continued, major and minor scales, similar 
and contrary motion, Czerny's Easy studies, occasional pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Liebert and Stark's Method, major and minor scales in thirds, sixths; 
catechism; Lemoine's Juvenile Studies — first book, easy sonatas. 

First Division 

Liebert and Stark's Method continued, catechism and scales; Le 
moine's Juvenile Studies— second book, sonatas and pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Bertini's Etudes; Czerny's and Heller' Etupes, selections from Ley- 
bach, Gottschalk, etc. ; catechism. 

First Division. 

Cramer's Studies — first book; selections from Chopin, Weber, 
Schuman, Beethoven's easier sonates, etc; harmony (Weitzmau,s Man- 
ual), history of music commenced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 

Loeschorn's and Cramer's Studies continued, Beethoven's sonatas 
Liszt's rhapsodies, Chopin's polonaises, etc., Weitzman's Manuel of Har- 
mony, history or music continued. 



VOCAL MUSIC. 



Scale singing, intervals, easy pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Fifty Lessons, minor and chromatic scales, ballads. Abt's 
exercises. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT 

Concone's Twenty-fiv* Lessons, selections from Rossini, Verdi, Don- 
izetti, etc. 

AH are expected to attend claSb-singing, which is free. Private vo- 
cal lessons, however, are extra. 

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ART DEPARTMENT. 



The Studio is well lighted and ample materials are provided for the 
use of the students in Free-hand Drawing, such as casts, reliefs and 
models. 

In this studio pupils are taught Crayon and Charcoal Drawing from 
nature as well as from objects and copies. Oil Painting and Water Col- 
or, Pastel, Portrait Painting and other kinds Of Ornamental painting. 

During the present scholastic year, one hundred and four pupils 
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TEEJVIS. 

(FOR BOARDERS.) 

Per Session of Five Months in Advance. 

Board and tution, in English and music . - , - - $150 

Languages, each .-.-.---- 10 

Oil painting .-....-.-- 40 

Portrait painting .-. 50 

Water color ----------- 25 

Crayon .---.--.--- 25 

Harp - - - 4D 

Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Mandolin, each ----- 30 

Vocal lessons and harmony, each ------ 30 

Washing ..--..---- 5 

For chemical and physical apparatus, etc., in senior classes - 3 

There are no other extra charges. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more 
sisters at the same time. 

Books, stationary, etc., are furnished at the usual price, but nevei' 
on credit. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, 
suitable for each season. Toilet articles: six towels, four table napkins, 

a knife and fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, napkin-ring, goblet, two yards 
of carpeting or a rug, and two yards black net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 

T E R ]M S . 

(FOR DAY SCHOLARS.) 

Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

academic department. 

English branches - -'- - - - - - - - $15 

Music ------------ 15 

Use of piano ----------- 5 

Painting for the pupils -------- 20 

Painting for those who do not attend school - - - - 25 

Portrait painting ....----- 40 

Crayon for those who do not attend school - - - - 25 

Crayon for pupils --------- 15 

Drawing ------------ 5 

Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Mandolin, each . - _ - - 15 

Vocal lessons and harmony, each ------- 15 

INTEMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

English branches for Juveniles ------- $10 

English branches for Minims ------- 5 

Music for Juniors --------- 10 



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CATALOGUE OF PUPILS. 

From September, 1888, to June, 1889. 



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Alexander, Edith Chicago, 111. 

Arnick, Aggie 

Arnick, Ella 

Barry, Kittie 

Barnett, Mary 

Barnett, Louise 

Bartlett, Madeline 

Best, Emma 

Bergeron, Sophie Tucker, 111. 

Bergeron, Josephine " " 

Bishop, Berenice Sioux Falls, Dak. 

Blish, Lizzie . . . j Chicago, 111. 

Blish, Lulu 

Blish, Florence " " 

Bonfield, Susie " " 

Bonfield, Laura " " 

Bonfield, Maria " 

Boughton, Florence " " 

Bowen, Maggie " " 

Bowen, Kittie " " 

Boyer, Lizzie " " 

Bradbury, Maggie Kankakee, 111. 

Bradbury, Josie " " 

Brown, Nannie Chicago, 111. 

Brown, Nina " " 

Brooke, Gertie St. Louis, Mo. 

Brooks, Irma Chicago, 111. 

Burke, Edna " " 

Burke, Alice " " 

Burke, Florence " " 

Burks, Grace Sullivan, Ind. 

Butler, Nellie Chicago, 111. 

Burns, Rosie " " 

Burrows, Katie " " 

Callahan, Mary Hyde Park, 111. 

Caldwell, Eose Chicago, 111. 

Carroll, Hannah Elrov, 111. 



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Cahill, Mary 

Carney, Cora 

Cavanaugli, Bridget 

Clare, Kittie 

Cleary, Angela 

Cleary, Mamie 

Corcoran, Lizzie 

Coins, Annie 

Cof ey, Mary 

Conway, Mamie 

Convey, Melinda 

Cressler, Elva 

Cressler, Etliel 

Cross, Helen 

Cudaliy, Bessie 

Cndaliy, Julia 

Cudaliy, Marie 

Curran, Sarali 

Combs, Carrie 

Cotton, Maggie 

Denison, Ella 

Deloulme, Blanche 

Devine, Maggie 

DeVore, Sadie 

DeVache, Fannie 

DeWitt, Lizzie 

Doolan, Nellie 

Duffy, Maggie 

Duddleston, Lizzie 

Dunne, Mamie 

Durkin, Agnes 

Eagle, Katie 

Edgell, Kittie 

Eisenberg, Bertha 

Erby, Gladys , 

Espert, Mamie 

Evoy, Effie 

Fitzsimmons, Kittie 

Fitzpatrick, Mamie , 

Fitzpatrick, Ella 

Felder, Rose 

Flood, Kittie 

Foley, Ella.. 

Forster, Jessie 

Forster, Minnie 

Foster, Minnie 

Foote, Sarah 

Foote, Laura 



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Foote, Mamie Chicago, 111. 

Foote, Eosie 

Frankenthal, Elsie 

Freeland, Berenice •' " 

Gibson, Ginevieve " " 

Gillespie, Lucv " " 

Gillan, Nellie." 

Goldstein, Bertha 

Golsen, Laura " " 

Goodell, Flossie 

Gorman, Rose 

Greeves, Sarah 

Gribbler, Mabel 

Grober, Mamie 

Glenn, Esther 

Guerin, May 

Hackney, Maude 

Hanlon, Nellie 

Hardenbrook, Florence 

Hartford, Nellie 

Healy, Annie 

Healy, Maggie 

Healy, Lydia 

Healy, Josie 

Heffernan, Lollie , 

Henderson, May 

Heissler, Louise 

Heissler, Clara 

Heidwoyer, Flora 

Hickey, Kittie 

Higgle, Jennie 

Hohn, Lulu 

Homen, Gertie 

Hudson, Annie 

Hudson, Mamie 

Hudson, Clara 

Hunt, Pearl 

Jackson, Ida 

Jepson, Ethel 

Jerome, Irene 

Jones, Annie 

Kenny, Annie 

Kennedy, Clara • Muskegon, Mich. 

Keeley, Katie Chicago, 111. 

King, Charlotte 

Klassen, Mamie " " 

King, Ernie 

Kinzie, Grace Omaha, Neb. 



Eacine, Wis. 
Chicago, 111. 



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Kinzie, AViniiie Omaha, Neb. 

Laneau, Agnes Aslikum, 111. 

Lally, Ida Chicago, 111, 

Lamont, Queenie 

Lamb, Mamie 

Leindecker, Annie 

La Kock, Bertie 

Lesage, Lulu " " 

Lewis, Ollie 

Loebstein, Emma Dyer, lud. 

Lynn, Georgie Chicago, 111. 

Mars, Lillian 

Marble, Mary 

Malone, Nora 

Mason, Lila 

Magon, Marie 

Maslin, Edith Butte City, Mont. 

Maslin, Carry 

Mahony, Tessie Chicago, 111. 

Mahony, Cecilia 

Maher, May 

Maher, Katie 

Maher, Belle 

Maher, Roxie " " 

Maher, Edith 

Maher, Nellie 

Martin, Hester 

Martin, Grace 

Marlow, Mary 

Meehan, Lillie 

Meincke, Gracie " " 

Mercer, Kittie 

Mell, Laura 

McDermott, Kittie 

McFarland, Dottie 

McLaughlin, Gertrude " " 

McMahon, M. Belle 

Montague, Mamie '• " 

Moran, Margie " " 

Moran, Josie " 

Morgan, Goldie 

Moninger, Annie " " 

Mulville, Minnie : . . . . 

Murphy, Veronica " " 

Murphy, Ursula 

Murphy, Annie " 

Murphy, Maggie " 

Murphy, Mollie 

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Nagle, May 

Nagle, Anuie 

Newberg, Frances . 
O'Brien, Kittie.... 
O'Brien, Nellie.... 

O'Brien, Lulu 

O'Brien, Josie 

O'Connell, Mary.. 
O'Connell, Agnes.. 
O'Connor, Bosie... 

O'Connor, Ella 

O'Donnell, Nellie.. 
O'Leary, Mamie... 
O'Malley, Delia... 
O'Malley, Katie . . . 
O'Reilly, Susie.... 
O'Eeilly, Marie... 

O'Shea, Mary 

O'Shea, Annie 

O'Hara, Nellie.... 

Orting, Lizzie 

Oglesby, Edith.... 
Perry, Maggie .... 
Portsmouth, Sadie . 
Powers, Maggie . . . 
Quinlan, Mary .... 

Reddy, Alice 

Reeves, Sarah 

Riley, ■ Lillie 

Ross, Katie 

Ryan, Julia 

Ryan, Mamie 

Sandmeier, Annie . 

Sanders, Mary 

Sanders, Annie. . . . 

Savage, Nora 

Schaub, Eva 

Scliaub, Nora 

Scanlan, May 

Scanlan, Lucy 

Scott, Mamie 

Schmitt, Dora 

Schmitt, Stella . . . . 

Shaw, Ethel 

Shaunessy, Katie . . 
Sheridan, Mary . . . 
Shippy, Georgians 
Shrimski, Gussie . . 



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SiiDouds, Addie Chicago, 111. 

Shannon, Alice 

Shannon, Annie 

Shannon, Lillie 

Sincere, Adrian 

Stafford, Mary Davenport, la. 

Stringer, Mary Chicago, 111. 

Stenson, Nellie " " 

Stenson, Jennie " " 

Stearns, Marie 

Storrs, Mamie 

Spencer, Fannie Indianapolis, Ind. 

Sutton, Edna Milwaukee, AVis. 

Sibree, May Chicago, 111. 

Snow, Olive 

Synon, Angela " " 

Terry, Katie Spring Yalley, 111. 

Thelan, Blanche Chicago, 111. 

Tracv, Marv 

Traynor, Nettie 

Villeneuve, Lillie 

Weaver, Cora 

West, Frankie 

AMiite, Grace 

Wheeler, Cora 

Wile, Adelaide 

A\ ilinott, Alice 

Witt, Emma 

Woods, Agnes 

Zeigler, Laura 



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Pupils Who Hold Certificates. 



The following pupils distinguished themselves by passing 
the examination for either city or county schools and in some 
cases both. 

Miss Nellie C. Dore County. 

" Nellie Healy, 

Mary Fox 
" Sojjhia Jennings " 

Ella Higgins " 

" Lizzie McLaughlin -' 

" Kate Connelly 

Eose McDonnell 

Annie Brady 
" Mary McDonnell 

Genevieve Higgins (Supt. of singing) 

" Martha Bennett City and County. 

" Maggie Clinnin City. 

" Minnie Brady County. 

" Mary Neville 

" Joanna Burke " 

" Mary Kent City and County. 

" Katie Murphy 

" Rose O'Brien City. 

" Alice Higgins City and County. 

" Katie Hastings 

" Lizzie Milnamow " 

Katie Milnamow County. 

Julia Greene City and County. 



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THE FORTY-THIRD 
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• Thursday, Juqe 27, 1889, 



PROGRHMME. 

RAKOCZY MARSCII, . . . . . Liszt 

First Piano, Misses F. SPENCER, R. GORMAN. 
Second Piano, C. KENNEDY, M. STEARNS. 

CHORAL SALUTATORY, . . . . . Tully 

Piano Accompaniment, Miss M. MURPHY. 

ESSAY, — " Art of Listening," - Mi.ss Lollie >L Heffernax 



PIANO FORTE,— Husai-enritt, .... Spindler 

Misses DUNNE, C. MASLIN, BONFIELD, WHITE, BURKS, 
GLENN, JACKSON, KLASSEN. 

QUARREL AMONG THE FLOWERS,— Cantata, 

Minims. Accompaniment, Miss C. WEAVER. 

ESSAY, — " Brain Work vs. Longevitv," Miss Mary H. Stringer 

VOCAL DUET,— "Breezes of Night," - - - Gounod 

Misses S. BONFIELD and D. OMALLEY. 

Accompanim.ent, Miss G. SHRIMSKI. 

ECHOES OF THE PAST, ..... 

Guitars, Misses E. MASLIN, C. MASLIN, G. WHITE, L. BONFIELD, S. BONFIELD. 

Mandolins, E. GLENN, M. STAFFORD, C. WEAVER, L. SANDMEIER. 
Banjos, F. SPENCER, D. O'MALLEY. 
Zither, M. MURPHY. 

Harp, M. BONFIELD. 

Violin, G. BURKS. 

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PROGRHMME— Continiied. 

ESSAY, — "Independence," - ■ - Miss Anxie W. Kenny 

VOCAL QUARTET,— "O Italia Beloved!" - - Donizetti 

Misses E. MASLIN, S. BONFIELD, E. GLENN, D, O'MALLEY, A, HEALY, 

M. STAFFORD, C. WEAVER, M. MURPHY. 

Piano Forte Accompaniment, Miss PEARL HUNT. 

PIANO FORTE,— "Jean de Paris," Overture, - Boiddicu 

Misses GORMAN, DUNNE, STAFFORD, BLISH, MARBLE, O'SHEA, 
C. MASLIN and E. MASLIN. 

ESSAY,— " Cbss Prophecies," - Miss Lizzie A. De Witt 



MANFRED, - ^ - - - - - Schumann 

First Piano, Miss GUSSIE SHRIMSKI. 
Second Piano, Miss MAGGIE MURPHY. 

a. JOY, JOY, FREEDOM TO DAY— Chorus, 

b. " O Hail us, ye Free!" — Chorus, - - - Verdi 

Piano Forte Accompaniment, Misses L. HEFFERNAN and C. KENNEDY. 

LUCREZIA BORGIA, . . . . . Donizetti 

Piano Forte Quartet, Misses C. WEAVER, L. HEFFERNAN, 
PEARL HUNT, D. O'MALLEY. 

VALEDICTORY, - - - - Miss Mamie L. Dunne 



FAREWELL CHORUS, Concone 

SENIORS. 
Accompaniment, Miss F. SPENCER. 



Distribution of Premiums. 
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Lizzie Corcoran, 


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PREMIUMS 



READING. 



Gold Medal Mamie Foote 

First Premium Fannie Spencer 

Second " Mary Stafford 

Third " Pearl Hunt 

. EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium O. Lewis, A. Hudson 

Second " I. Lally, A. Healy 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

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Second " K. Fitzsimmons, G.White 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium N. Doolan, N. O'Hara 

Second " M. Bonfield, A. Woods 

Third " M. Cotton, K. Clare 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium N. O'Brien, M. O'Reilly 

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FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Sadie Portsmouth 

Second " Nora Malone 

Third " Josie Bradbury 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Celia Mahoney 

Second '* Emma Best 

Third " Laura Golsen 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium E. Maher, F. Boughton 

Second " E. O'Conner, N.Brown 

Third « L. Mars, M. Hudson 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Mary Tracey 

Second " Nellie O'Donnell 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium Gertrude McLaughlin 

Second " Nellie Hartford 

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PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST-CLASS. 

Gold Medal Lizzie Blish 

First Premium S. O'Eeilly, 8. Currau 

Second " , Susie Bonfield 

Third '• ,. Edith Maslin 

EIGHTH GEADE. 

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Second "' Mary Conway 

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SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium •. Mamie Klassen 

Second " ....M. Cofey, L. Duddleston 

SIXTH GRADE. 

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FIFTH GRADE. 

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FOURTH GRADE. 

First Piemium Mary B. McMahon 

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THIRD GRADE. 

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Second "' Florence Blish 

Third " Louise Barnett 

SECOND GRADE. 

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Third " 0. Wheeler, C. Heissler 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium Mabel Sherwood 

Second •' G. Erby, G. Gibson 

ORNAMENTAL PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST-CLASS. 

Gold Pen Lizzie Be Witt 

Second Premium Susie O'Reilly 

Third '" ; Gussie Shrimski 

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SECOND CLASS. 

First Premmm, Gold Medal Lizzie Blish 

Second " ■ Pearl Hnnt 

Third " ..Sarah Curran 



GRAMMAR OR LANGUAGE. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Louise Heissler 

Second " Annie Hudson 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

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SIXTH GRADE. 

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Third " K. Flood, M. Bonlield 

FIFTH GRADE. 

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FOURTH GRADE. 

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THIRD GRADE. 

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SECOND GRADE. 

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SECOND GRADE — H. 

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FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium Gertrude McLaughlin 

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ORTHOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium » Alice Shannon 

Second " : Nannie Brown 



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.SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. Ryan, J. O'Brien 

Second " Maggie Devine 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium U. Murphy, B. Deloulme 

Second " B. Cudahy, R. Foote 

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FIFTH GRADE. 

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FOURTH GRADE. 

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Third '• Lucy Gillespie 

THIRD GRADE. 

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SECOND GRADE — A. 

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SECOND GRiDE — B. 

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FIRST GRADE. 

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MATHEMATICS. 

GEOMETRY. 

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ALGEBRA. 

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SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium .'. • Mary O'Shea 

Second " •• Lizzie Blish 

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ARITHMETIC. 

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SECOND CLASS. 

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EIGHTH GRADE. 

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SEVENTH GRADE. 

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SIXTH GRADE. 

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FIFTH GRADE. 

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FOURTH GRADE. 

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THIRD GRADE. 

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Third " Laura Golsen 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium Florence Bough ton 

Second " M. Hudson, M. Bartlett 

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SECOND GRADE — B. 

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FIRST GRADE. 

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Second " M. Scanlon, L. Mason 

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COMPOSITION. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Marie Stearns 

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SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Stenson 

Second " Edith Maslin 

Tiiird " Grace Burks 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

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SEVENTH GEADE. 

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SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Sliannon, G. Brook 

Second " L. Le Sage, N. Doolan 

FIFTH GRADE. 

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FOURTH GRADE. 

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THIRD GRADE. 

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BIBLE HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Marble 

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SEVENTH GRADE. 

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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Veronica Murphy 

Second Premium Mamie Dunne 

Third " Annie Kenny 

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SKCOND CLASS. 

First Premium Maggie Bo wen 

Second '' .' Rose Gorman 

Third " ;Nellie Stenson 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium '. Nannie Brown 

Second " A. Durkin, A. Simonds 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

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SIXTH GRADE. 

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FIFTH GRADE. 

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First Premium Julia Cudahy 

Second " Maude Hackney 

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THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Lucy Scanlon 

Second " Agnes O'Connell 

Third " Eose O'Conner 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium J. Bergeron, D. Schmitt 

Second " May Henderson 

Third " Georgie Shippy 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Rosie Burns 

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^ GEOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Hannah Carroll 

Second " Mary Conway 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

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SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium E. Witt, L. O'Brien 

Second " L. Bonfield, E. Evoy 

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FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium : Kittie Barry 

Second " J. Forster, J. Higgie 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Sadie De Vor 

Second " Blanche Thielan 

Third " Julia Cudahy 

THIRD GRADE. • 

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EIGHTH GRADE. 

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SEVENTH GRADE. 

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SIXTH GRADE. 

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Second " M. Lamb, N. Butler 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Xellie Maher 

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EIGHTH GRADE. 

Gold Medal Alice Shannon 

First Premium Mary Cahill 

Second " Hannah Carroll 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. Stenson, E. Foley 

Second " Katie Maher 



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ROMAN HISTORY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Susie Bonfield 

Second " Mary Sanders 

Third " Carrie Maslin 

GRECIAN HISTORY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Edith Maslin 

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FRENCH HISTORY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie Blish 

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LITERATURE. 

GKADUATE CLASS. 

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FIRST CLASS. 

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Second " Susie O'Reilly 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium .• Nellie Stenson 

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Third " Edith Maslin 

EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Lizzie De Witt 

Second " Annie Kenny 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Gussie Shrimski 

Second " Marie Stearns 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Edith Maslin 

Second " Delia O'Malley 

Third " Maggie Duflfy 



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EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Marble 

SecoMd " Louise Heissler 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Maggie Devine 

Second " •. Berenice Bisliop 

SIXTH GRADE. 

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Second " r Frankie West 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Elsie Frankenthal 

Second " , L.Riley, L. Villeneuve 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Angela Cleary 

Second '^ Lucy Gillespie, Emma Loebstein 

THIRD. GRADE. 

First Premium Eva Schaub 

Second '• Cecelia Mahonev 



PHYSIOLOGY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

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Third. " Pearl Hunt 

BOTANY. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Mamie Dimne 

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FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " Susie O'Reilly 

CHEMISTRY. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium .LoUie Heffernan 

Second " ." Lizzie De Witt 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Veronica Murphy 

Second " Susie O'Reilly 

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ZOOLOGY. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

Fust Premium Lizzie De Witt 

Second •' Mary Stringer 

Third •' Annie Kenny 

MUSIC. 

VOCAL. 

First Premium.. --S. Bonfleld, M. Stafford 

Second " D. O'Malley, E. Glenn 

Third " 



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PL^^NO. 
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First Premium Gussie Shrimski 

Second " Maggie Murphy 



FIRST CLASS — B. 



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L. Heffernan, P. Hunt 
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SECOND CLASS— A. 

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Second " Carrie Masliu 

Third " ■' Annie O'Shea 

SECOND CLASS — B. 

First Premium Edith Maslin 

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Third '■ Lizzie Blish 

THIRD CLASS — A. 

First Premium J. Ryan, B. Bishop 

Second '' B. Maher, I. Jackson 

THIRD CLASS — B. 

First Premium Maria Bonfield 

Second " Nellie Maher 

FOURTH CLASS — A. 

First Premium Emma Loebsteiu 

Second " Mary Barnett 

FOURTH CLASS — B. 

First Premium.... A. Coins, M. Guerin 

Second " Mary Cofey 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium Grace Kinzie 

Second '■ • E. Maher, E. Jepson 



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T>1EdFlY OF MUSIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Cora Weaver 

Second " Fannie Spencer 

SECOND CLASS — A. 

First Premium Susie Bonfield 

Second " Rose Gorman 

Third " Mary Marble 

SECOND CLASS — B. 

First Premium Lizzie Blish 

Second " C. Maslin, E. Maslin 

Third " Annie O'Shea 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Luhi Blish 

Second '* Lizzie Boyer 

FOURTH CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Cofev 

Second " Kittie Edgell 

GUITAR. 

First Premium Maggie Murphy 

Second " N. Cross, E. Glenn 

MANDOLIN. 

First Premium Essie Glenn 

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BANJO. 

First Premium Fannie Spencer 

Second " Delia O'Malley 

CLASS-SINCINC. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium L Lally, A. Hudson 

Second •• Lulu Blish 

PAINTING. 

Gold Medal Bridget Cavanaugh 

First Premium Laura Sandmeier 

Second '• Flora Lsrael 

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DRAWING. 

First Class Laura Sandmeier 

Secood Class Carrie Combs 

Third Class E. Maslin, C. Weaver, Mamie Eagan 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium C. Combs, L. Boyer 

Second " Ollie Lewis 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

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Second " L. Meehan, G. White 

SIXTH GRADE. 

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Second " E.Sutton, E. Evoy 

Third " Blanche Deloulme 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Montague 

Second " K. O'Brien, L.Riley 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Marie Cudahy 

Second " ■ Sadie De Vor 

Third " Kittie Hickey 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Lulu Hohn 

Second " Maggie Powers 

Third " Ella Fitzpatrick 

GERMAN. 

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Second " Elsie Frankenthal 

FRENCH. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary Marble 

Second ' Lizzie De Witt 

Third " ; Lillie Villeneuve 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Ida Lally 

Second " Louise Heissler 

Third " Gertie Brooke 

PLAIN SEWING. 

Gold Medal Emma Witt 

First Premium Berenice Bishop 

Second " Mary Cofey 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Stenson 

Second " Susie Bonfield 

Third " Lizzie Blish 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Alice Shannon 

Second " Carrie Combs 

Third " Lydia Healy 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. O'Brien, A. Synou 

Second " Mary Klassen 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium .' U. Murphy, L. O'Brien 

Second " M. Lamb, N. Doolan 

FIFTH GRADE. 

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Second " L. Villeneuve, H. Martin 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Nellie Haulon 

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Third " Marie Cudahy 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Edith Alexander 

Second " Mary Storrs 

Third " Rose O'Conner 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

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Second " C. Hudson, A. Leindecker 

Third " Laura Zeigler 

SECOND GRADE — B. 

First Premium Mary Tracey 

Second " Nellie O'Donnell 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium '. Mamie Grober 

Second " Mable Scanlan 

IMPROVEMENT. 

First Premium Nora Schaub 

Second " Winnie Kinzie 

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FOR PERFECT OBSERVANCE OF RULE. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

Lizzie Boyer, Cora Carney, 

Hannah Carroll. 

SEVENTH GKADE. 

Margie Moran, Katie Koss, 

JVEary Callalian, Mary Cofey. 

SIXTH GEADE, 

Ursula Murphy, May Guerin, 

Eose Foote, Lulu O'Brien, 

Katie Flood. 

FIFTH GRADE. 

Lillie Eiley, Jennie Higgie, 

Jessie Forster, Marie O'Reilly. 

SECOND GRADE. 

Alice Burke, Annie Leindecker, 

Dora Schmitt. 



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A VERA G ES 



FOR 



Examination, Scholarship, Deportment, 



AND 



Observance of Rules. 



FOR THE YEAR, 



GRADUATE DEPARTMENT. 

Final Examination Determines Promotion. Monthly Ex;imination Decides the Medal. 



FOURTH YEAR — SENIOR GRADUATES. 



Lizzie De Witt .. 
Lollie HeiJernan. 

Annie Kenny 

Mamie Dunne .... 
Mary Stringer.... 



THIRD YEAR — JUNIOR GRADUATES. 

Gussie Shrinski Promoted to fourth year 

Marie Stears " " " 

Susie O'Reiley " " " 

Veronica Murphy.. " " " " 

SECOND YEAR 

NelUe Stenson Promoted to third year 

Lizzie Blish " 

Fannie Spencer " 

FIRST YEAR. 

Sussie Bonfield Promoted to second year 

DehaO'Malley 

Mary O'Shea " 

Maggie Bowen " 

Rose Gorman " 

MolHe Sanders " 

Edith Maslin " 

Pearl Hunt 

Maggie Duf?y 

Carrie Maslin 

Annie Sandmeir 

Grace Burks 

Sarah Curran 

Mary Stafford 

Mary Foote 

Cora Weaver 









a 
(I 

n 
a 

a 



Final 
Ex. 

95 
92 
90 
90 
90 



92 
95 
90 
90 



93.02 
89.99 
84.18 



90.69 

87.18 

86.88 

85.93 

85.52 

84.56 

83.34 

80.81 

79.97 

79.79 

76.8 

75.85 

69.3 

68.60 



Month- 
ly Ex. 



93.3 
90.8 
85.1 
84.5 

80.7 



91 

90.9 
90 

88.9 



89.41 
86.18 
79.27 



85.36 

82.15 

82.61 

78.62 

79.19 

74.3 

84.01 

77.19 

72.09 

76.22 

69.02 

75.51 

09.09 

59.3 



Dep't. 

Av. 



Obs. of 
Rules. 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



100 
100 
100 
100 



95 

100 

70 



89 
84 

100 
92 
94 
73 
90 
90 

100 
90 
81 
81 
92 
82 
82 
84 



95 
95 
90 

90 
92 



92 
90 

85 
92 



73 

88 
64 



(» 
91 
91 
70 
84 
60 
89 
70 
93 
80 
70 
78 
99 
55 
70 
87 



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EIGHTH GRADE 

Mary Marble Promoted 

Alice Shannon " 

Louise Heisler " 

Nannie Brown " 

Annie Hudson " 

Lizzie Boyer " 

Mary Caliill 

Ida Lally 

Hannah Carrol " 

Lulu Blish " 

Agnes Durkiu " 

Ollie Lewis 

Lydia Healy " 

Mary Conway " 

Lizzie Corcoran " 

Annie Healy 

Addie Simonds 

Carrie Combs 

Annie O'Shea 

Nellie Gillan 

Cora Carney Not examined 

Annie Murphy Absent 

Katie Shaunessy " 

Francis Newbury " 



SEVENTH GRADE. 

Julia Ryan Promoted 

Katie Ross 

Jennie Stenson " 

Josie O Brien " 

Margie Moran " 

Mamie Klassen " 

Minnie Callagliau 

Georgia Lynn " 

SsBernice Bishop '• 

Mary Cofey " 

Angela Synon " 

Maggie De Vine " 

Grace White 

Ella Foley 

Melinda Convey " 

Katie Maher 

Lill ie Meeh an 

Katie Fitzsimmons 

Lizzie Duddleston 

Grace Kinzie 

Laura Mehl Absent 

Bertha Eisenberg " 



SIXTH (;r.\de. 

Ursula Murphy Promoted 

Annie Shannon " 

Kittie Flood 

Nellie Buther " 

May Guerin , " 



Final 


Month- 


Dep't. 


Obs, of 


Ex. 


ly Ex. 


Av. 


Rules. 


92.3 


90.2 


85 


70 


90.8 


89.9 


84 


70 


89 


88 


93 


75 


89.5 


87 


90 


75 


87 


88 


99 


85 


85 


87 


100 


100 


85 


86 


99 


88 


86 


85 


95 


79 


84 


87 


99 


100 


84 


87 


95 


89 


84 


82 


89 


85 


83 


83 


89 


79 


83 


83 ■ 


92 


86 


83 


81 


88 


84 


&3 


80 


97 


93 


81 . 


80 


97 


89 


79 


82 


93 


85 


79 


81 


99 


79 


77 


78 


91 


85 


71 


72 


91 


79 




73 


100 


99 




89 


100 


99 




90 


100 


99 




75 


95 


80 


91.1 


94.3 


100 


95 


89.7 


90.7 


100 


100 


89.1 


92 


90 


80 


89 


91.3 


100 


95 


88. 9 


90.2 


100 


100 


88.3 


89.1 


90 


80 


87.6 


87.7 


100 


100 


87.5 


90 


95 


90 


86.9 


87.1 


90 


80 


86.3 


87.6 


100 


100 


86.1 


^8.8 


100 


90 


85 


88.8 


100 


90 


85 


83.1 


60 


05 


84 


85.1 


100 


86 


84 


82 


85 


89 


83.1 


88 


100 


80 


82.4 


84 


100 


90 


81.8 


80.5 


90 


70 


78.4 


80 


100 


95 


70 


74.8 


90 


80 





78 


85 


80 


" 


75 


100 


95 


92.6 


91.7 


100 


loo 


92 


87.4 


87 


90 


91 


87 


100 


98 


90 


83 


100 


95 


89.5 


90 


100 


100 



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SIXTH GRADE — Continued. 

Stella Schmitt Promoted 

Laura Bontield " 

Lulu O'Brien " 

Gertie Brooke '* 

Nellie Doolan " 

Katie Keeley " 

Kittie Mercer " 

Maria Bontield " 

Ethel Jepson " 

Blanche Deloulme " 

Rosie Foote " 

Annie Moniuger " 

Annie Coins " 

Belle Maher " 

Marv Quinlan " 

Nellie O'Hara 

Emina Witt 

Frankie West 

Katie Clare 

Effie Evoy 

Lulu Le Sage 

Maggie Cotton 

Edna Sutton 

Ida Jackson 

Bessie Cudahy 

Mamie Lamb 

Maggie Bradbury 

Agnes Woods 

Alice Eeddy Not Examined 



FIFTH GRADE. 

Nelly Maher Promoted 

Mary Marlow ,. " 

Marie O'Railly ! 

Mary Sheridan " 

Jessie Forster " 

Nellie O'Brien 

Kittie Barrv 

Olive Snow " 

Lillie Villeneuve " 

Mamie Montague " 

Hester Martin " 

Mamie Cleary " 

Lillie Riley 

Jen 1 1 ie Higgie 

Katie O'Brien 

Kittie O'Malley 

Elsa Frankent'hal 

Mamie O'Lea ry 

May Maher '. 

Bertha Goldstine Absent 

Rose Felder " 

Sarah Foote " 

Agnes Laneau " 

Bertie La Rock " 

Winnie Foster " 



Final 


Month- 


Dep't. 


Obs. of 


Ex. 


ly Ex. 


Av. 


Kules, 


88.5 


83 


99 


88 


88 


84 


85 


87 


88 


85 


100 


100 


77 


85 


75 


86 


85.8 


81.5 


84 


91 


85 


80 


100 


90 


85 


74 


69 


69 


84.7 


73 


54 


82 


84.5 


80 


100 


94 


84 


80 


98 


95 


83.8 


82 


1(X) 


100 


83.7 


83 


97 


98 


83 


80 


94 


92 


83 


78 


100 


92 


83 


83 


100 


95 


83 


82 


94 


84 


82 


77 


95 


96 


80.5 


80 


99 


90 


80.3 


74 


94 


85 


78.5 


78 


97 


93 


76 


78 


88 


88 


75.8 


74 


98 


95 


75.7 


76 


81 


82 


73.2 


72 


98 


87 


73 


74 


95 


92 


72.2 


71 


90 


92 


70 


70 


80 


89 


68 


67 


92 


89 




89 


100 


100 


87.5 


87.5 


100 


98 


89 


86 


98 


90 


89 


86 


100 


100 


89 


85 


100 


98 


88 


83 


la) 


100 


87 


85 


88 


85 


86 


81 


78 


80 


86 


80 


92 


88 


85 


85 


95 


94 


85 


83 


98 


96 


84 


84 


100 


99 


84 


83 


98 


88 


82 


80 


100 


100 


82 


82 


100 


100 


81 


75 


82 


85 


80 


83 


80 


75 


80 


80 


98 


90 


80 


79 


80 


86 


74 


76 


95 


88 




80 


90 


88 




80 


100 ' 


100 





80 


100 


100 




75 


95 


98 




70 


70 


80 




76 


95 


92 



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FOURTH GRADE. 

Angela Cleary Promoted 

Nellie Hanlan 

Sadie Nortsmouth " 

Blanche Tbielen " 

NoraMalone " 

Mary Agnes Barnett " 

Sadie DeVor 

Tessie Mahoney " 

Josie Bradbury " 

MaryCudahy 

Lucy Gillespie " 

Emma Loebstein " 

Kittie Hickev 

Mary Belle MeMahon 

Minnie Forster 

Maud Hackney 

Julia Oudahy 

Berneice Freeland Absent 

Ethel Shaw " 

Ernie King " 

Florence Hardenbrook " 

THIRD GRADE. 

Edith Alexander Promoted 

Florence Blish " 

Flossie Goodell " 

Mary Storrs " 

Laura Golson " 

Lucy Scanlan " 

Grace Martin " 

RoseO'Conner 

Celia Mahoney " 

Dottie McFarland 

Agnes O'Connell " 

Lulu Hohn " 

Ella Fitzpatrick 

Eva Schaub 

Emma Best 

Lou ise Ba r nett 

Roxie Maher 

Maggie Powers 

Josie Healy 

Sarah Greeves Absent 

Lillie Shannon " 

Nora Savage " 

SECOND GRADE A. 

Florence Boughten Promoted 

May Henderson " 

Josie Moran " 

Nina Brown " 

Madelon Bartlett " 

Dora Schmitt " 

Mamie Hudson " 

Josie Bergeron " 

Ella O'Conner 



Final 


Month- 


Dep't. 


Obs. of 


Ex. 


ly Ex. 


Av. 


Rules. 


91 


89 


85 


75 


91 


89 


95 


80 


89 


88 


80 


80 


88 


S8 


89 


75 


87 


86 


75 


70 


86 


85 


100 


95 


86 


84 


80 


75 


86 


84 


75 


70 


86 


85 


70 


60 


84 


83 


100 


90 


84 


83 


80 


75 


83 


82 


70 


75 


82 


80 


100 


90 


82 


80 


80 


60 


82 


80 


100 


95 


81 


78 


70 


50 


80 


78 


90 


80 




92 


100 


100 




85 


90 


80 




83 


85 


75 




78 


70 


50 


89 


91 


90 


80 


87 


88 


100 


95 


87 


88 


80 


60 


86 


87 


100 


90 


84 


85 


90 


80 


83 


85 


80 


50 


83 


85 


95 


85 


81 


83 


80 


70 


81 


83 


70 


50 


81 


84 


90 


85 


80 


82 


95 


80 


80 


83 


100 


90 


80 


82 


75 


50 


80 


82 


90 


80 


77 


81 


70 


50 


77 


78 


100 


95 


74 


81 


80 


70 


73 


75 


89 


70 


64 


70 


80 


60 




75 


100 


100 






90 


80 




80 


80 


80 


93 


91 


99 


96 


92 


91 


89 


85 


91 


88 


100 


99 


90 


87 


100 


98 


90 


88 


97 


92 


89 


88 


100 


100 


87 


87 


100 


98 


86 


86 


100 


99 


85 


86 


80 


70 



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SECOND GRADE A — Continued. 

Georgie Shippv " 

Alice Burke 

Clara Heissler " 

Edith Maker 

Kittle McDenuott 

Maggie Perry " 

Clara Hudson " 

Kittie Burrows " 

Lillian Mars 

Annie Liendeeker 

Cora Wheeler 

Laura Zeigler 

Emma Brooke Absent 

Annie Nagle " 

Goldie Morgan " 



SECOND GRADE — B. 

Mary Tracy Promoted 

Rosie Burns , " 

Gracie Minkie " 

TillieEdgell " • 

Nellie O'Donnell 

Gertie Homou " 

Laura Foote Absent 

Mabel Gribbler " 

Mollie Murphy " 

Fannie DeVashe " 

Adrian Sincere " 



FIRST GRADE A. 

Gertrude McLaughlin Promoted 

Queenie Lamont " 

Mamie Greober " 

Kittie Bo wen " 

Mabel Scanlon " 

Mabel Sherwood " 

Geneva Gibson " 

Lilah Mason " 

Florence Burke " 

Nannie Sanders " 

Nellie Hartford 

Mamie Nagle Absent 

Edith Oglesby " 

Lizzie Orting " 



FIRST GRADE — B. 

Mabel Sebree Promoted 

Gladys Erby 

Edna Burke " 

Mary Magon " 

Nora Schaub 

Winnie Kiuzie 

Aggie Arnick 

Charlotte King Absent 



Final 
Ex. 

85 
85 
85 
85 
85 
85 
84 
84 
83 
83 
79 
77 



90 

85 
84 
82 
81 
81 



93 
91 
91 

89 
86 
85 
84 
83 
83 
83 
81 



85 
83 
83 
85 
75 
72 
70 



Month- 


Dep't. 


ly Ex. 


Av. 


87 


95 


88 


100 


87 


98 


86 


95 


85 


85 


89 


93 


85 


99 


85 


90 


86 


85 


85 


100 


82 


89 


80 


92 


81 


99 


83 


94 


80 


98 


90 


95 


89 


99 


87 


90 


85 


95 


80 


100 


80 


100 


82 


99 


82 


86 


85 


100 


83 


98 


81 


100 


93 


lot) 


90 


100 


92 


100 


90 


100 


86 


85 


84 


98 


84 


100 


84 


90 


84 


100 


84 


100 


82 


70 


86 


90 


85 


90 


84 


90 


85 


100 


84 


100 


84 


100 


86 


85 


71 


75 


70 


70 


70 


90 


80 


90 



Obs. of 
Kules. 



85 
ItX) 
92 
85 
80 
86 
98 
89 
80 
100 
84 
90 
98 
92 
85 



94 

98 
89 
93 

100 
98 
96 
85 

100 
97 

100 



98 

95 

100 

100 

80 

90 

98 

91 

100 

100 

50 

90 

90 

90 



100 
100 
100 
80 
50 
50 
80 
89 



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KENDERGARTEN. 

M. Ryan Promoted 

J. Bartlett 

M. Espret 

M. Mulveil 

I. Jerome " 

M. Fitzpatriek 

A. Moran 

H.Todd 

M.Scott 

E. Cressler 

A. Cressler 

R. Calwell 

E. Arnick 

A. Speigel 

J. Law 

B. Foote 



Final 


Mfiiith- 


Dep't. 


Ex. 


. ly Ex. 


Av. 


90 


90 


100 


90 


90 


100 


87 


88 


100 


83 


85 


100 


83 


85 


100 
100 

85 






89 
100 
90 
89 
92 
90 
86 
93 
95 



Obs. of 
Rules. 

100 

80 
100 

89 

80 

80 

82 

83 

99 

85 

85 

83 

80 

94 

97 

95 



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RULES FOR THE BOARDERS. 



The pupils should remember that in an institution of this kind it 
would be impossible to preserve order without well-established rules; 
and when these rules are once understood, each young lady should con- 
sider it her diity, not only to observe them strictly, but also to aid her 
companions in doing the same, thereby rendering a most acceptable as- 
sistance to her teachers, whose greatest pleasure among them will be de- 
rived from their assiduity in this respect. 

1st, The first and most important rule concerns their religious 
duties, which all will be required to attend jiunctiialhj. 

2d. Strict silence mixst be observed in all places, except during the 
time allowed for recreation in the room appointed for that purpose; but 
even during the hours set apart for recreation, it is never permitted in 
the halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall, or any room in 
which all are assembled, without permission from the presiding Sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose 
of safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the treasurer; also (dl 
jewelry except a breat-pin, pair of ear-rings and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 
6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once 
in two weeks. 

7th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to ex- 
clude all others, or become remarkable, on the contrary, all should try to 
be sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, especially toward 
new pupils. 

8th. During the recreation hours no work is permitted that will 
prevent the pupil from participating in the recreation, thus unbending 
the mind and preparing it for for future study. 

9th. No books brought to the academy by the pupils can be read 
without submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are 
also subject to the inspection of the Directress. 

10th. No visits allowed except'at the appointed times, viz: Wednes- 
day afternoon and Sunday. Pupils who wish to give no trouble should 
be particular to notify their friends of this "arrangement. 

11th. Personal neatness and a particular care of books, toilet 
articles, wearing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as nothing 
like a slovenly appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is care- 
less in this respect must expect to lose all good marks as well as the re- 
spect of her teachers and companions. 

12tb. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms 
diiring the hours given them for practice, neither should they speak in 
those rooms. 

13th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room during school or recrea- 
tion hours without special permission. 



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ST. XAVIER'S ACADEMY, 



CHICAGO. 



For tKe /\cademic Year 1889-90. 



CHICAGO: 

THE GEO. D. SIMOND8 PRINTING CO., 125 CLARK STREET, 

1890. 

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PROSPECTUS 



OF 



ST. XAVIER'S ACADEMY. 



Conducted by the Sisteks of Mercy. 



This Institution, first opened in 1846, is now permanently located on 
the corner of Wabash avenue and Twenty-ninth street, about three miles 
from the center of the city. 

The building is of l^rick, with stone trimmings. It is spacious and 
well adaxjted to educational purposes. Hot and cold baths are connect- 
ed with the various apartments, and the entire building is heated by 
steam. 

Providence has marvelously blessed the Institution in regard to 
health, and those parents and guardians who have patronized the Acad- 
emy during the past years, can give testimony of this. 

The regular mode of life, together with the thorough ventilation 
which exists, has done much to im|)rove the health of its pupils. 

By its charter, obtained February 27, 1847, Saint Xavier's Academy 
enjoys all the rights and privileges of the first institutions of the 
country. 

The discipline is mild, yet conducted with such uniformity as to se- 
cure order and regularity. 

The scholastic year is divided into two sessions of five months each 
the first session commencing on the first of September; the second on 
the first of February. A vacation of about one week is allowed at 
Christmas, when pupils are permitted to visit their parents if they desire 
it. If residents of the city, they are permitted to do so o»ce « month — 
generally the first Sunday of the month, unless deprived of this privilege 
for non-observance of rule. 

Wednesday and Sunday are visiting days for parents, relatives or 
friends; visits on other days must prove detrimental to pupils, since 
study is necessarily interrupted thereby. 

The correspondence of the young ladies is, at all times, subject to the 
supervision of the Directress, hence private correspondence is not al- 
lowed. 

Pupils may enter at any tijne during the year, their session al- 
ways commencing with date of entrance; but can in no case leave just 
before the close of the year, without serious damage to their standing 
besides forfeiting prizes. 



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No deduction is made for the first or last two weeks of a term, nor 
for absence, except in cases of protracted sickness. 

Parents and guardians may rest assured that every attention consis- 
tent with the spirit of a mild but Arm government is paid to the comfort 
of the young ladies placed at the Academy, whilst the greatest care is 
taken to nourish in their minds those principles of virtue and religon 
which alone can render education profitable. Xo undue influence is ex- 
ercised over tJte religious ojiinions of non-Catholic pupils;however, for 
the sake of order, all are required to conform to the external discipline 
of the Institution. 

Monthly examinations are held and reports of deportment, scholar- 
ship, etc., are forwarded to parents and guardians. 

At the Annual Distribution of Premiums, those who have observed 
the Rules and given evidenc of polite and amiable deporment, are 
crowned by the Most Reverend Archbishop. 

Graduating Medals are conferred on tJwse only who take the full 
Academic Course, and Class Medals are awarded for the highest aver- 
age. 

Each pupil is required to write home every two weeks. 

Weekly instructions are given in politeness, and all that constitutes 
lady-like deportment. 

There are two general examinations each year, after which any pupil 
w'ho may be fouild duly qualified is promoted. 

The Institution is intended for Boarders and Day Scholars. For the 
latter the Academy is opened at S o'clock. 

Recitation commences at 9 o,clock precisely, and continues until 3:30 
p. M., with an intermission of three-quarters of an hour at noon. 

As the progress of the young ladies, as well as their promotion, de- 
pends in a great measure on their regular attendance at school, they 
should never be encouraged in a desire to remain absent, except in case 
of illness. Parents should also see that they attend to evening study 
while at home, as it is useless to expect perfect recitation without pri- 
vate study. 

No young lady is accessible to callers during study or recitation 
hours except in extraordinary cases. 



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COURSE OF STUDY. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

FIRST YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Word and senteuce method from chart and panorama; also 
first reader. 

Writing: Name of pupil and place of residence on slate. Name of 
teacher and school. Copy from chart and book. 

Akithmetic: Counting forward and backward by I's, 2's, 5's and lO's 
to 100; by 3's and 4's to 48; by 6's and 8's to 24. The signs +, — , X , h-, 
= , $, and the use of them. Learn to read and write one period of fig- 
ures. Addition and subtraction tables on board from 1 to 5. Addition 
on slate and board. Roman numerals. 

Music: Learn to recognize and sing the tones "Do, " "Me," "Sol" 
(1, 3, 5, of a key) the upper octave of " Do " and " Mi, " and the lower oc- 
tave of " Sol " and " Mi. " Practice these from manual signs, from the 
modulator, from the Tonic Sol-fa notation and from the staff. Recog- 
nize and produce the strong and weak accents, and the simplest divis- 
ions of time, viz.: the beat, half -beat, two-part and three-part measure. 
As supplementary work, from eight to twelve simple songs to be learned 
by rote during the year. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, first series of Calkins'. Bright's 
language lessons to seventh topic. Use of period^ and interrogation 
mark. Politeness. 

SECOND YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Second reader. Before commencing to read, all diffiicult 
words pronounced correctly and meaning given. A short sketch of the 
lessons given from memory. 

Wkiting: The spelling lesson written on slate. Copying from 
board or book. Short sentences containing certain words given by 
teacher. Use of-^aeaeil on paper. Short letters teJae-^mtt^en first on 



Spelling: Oral and written from reader, after which the speller to 
page 24. 

Akithmetic: Addition and subtraction tables in mental arithmetic 
from 5's to lO's with analysis on same pages. Multiplication table and 
analysis to 5's. In practical arithmetic, addition and subtraction com- 
pleted. Multiplication to three figures in multiplier. Read and write 
three periods of figures. Counting by 2's, 3's and 9's to 100. 

Music: Review work of first year. In addition to tones already 
learned, to recognize and produce the tones "Re" and "Si, " and prac- 
tice as in first year. The last term of this year the remaining tones of 
the scale, "La" and "Fa," may be studied. Introduce four-part meas- 
ure, one and one-half beat tones, quarter-beat tones, and rests corres- 
ponding to all the above tone lengths. The songs for this year shall for 
the most part be included in the above lessons, rather than to be learned 
by rote. • ;, ^r,Au: r-A. .>^^ /,-, 

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Miscellaneous: Phonic analysis. Object lessons, first and second 
series. Language lessons, first grade reviewed and completed. Time 
by the clock. Divisions of time. Colors. Politeness. 

THIRD YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half of third reader with meaning of difficult words. 
Writing : Commence copy-book. Short letters once a week. 

Spelling: Reed's Word Lessons, pages 24 to 45, oral and written; 
also supplementary grade words. 

Christian Doctrine: For Catholics only. First lessons with ex- 
planations. 

Geography: Primary to page 32, with globe. 

Arithmetic: In the mental, multiplication tables with analysis 
completed. Division tables and analysis. Review addition and sub- 
traction. Complete multiplication. Short division and long division to 
three figures in divisor. Read and write four periods of figures. 

Music: Review with great care the work of the first and second 
years. Learn to pitch tunes in different keys by the use of a C pitch- 
pipe or tuning-fork. The songs for this year shall all be taught as mu- 
sic reading lessons, yi- ^^ 2^ /^w7/vc'.i*M--- 

Drawing: Books sua and two. Blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series: page 298; also from 
300 to 305 and from 340 to 346. Language lessons, second grade. Ab- 
breviations. Use of comma. Divisions of time. Use of Tellurian. 
Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

FOURTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Third reader completed. Occasional sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Short letters. Composition of about one 
dozen lines once a week. 

Spelling: From page 45 to 61, with supplementary grade words. 

Arithmetic: Multiplication and division reviewed. L. C. Multiple. 
G. C. Divisor. Cancellation and fractions to multiplication. Review 
multiplication. Read and write five periods of figures. 

Geography: Primary completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Continuation of Catechism with explanations. 

Music: After review, introduce six-part measure, three-quarter and 
quarter-beat tones, and increasing difiic],ilties in time and tune. 

Drawing: Books three and^our; also blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed. Language, 
second grade reviewed. Oral Grammar. Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

GRAMMER DEPARTMENT. 

FIFTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fourth reader. Sight reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Compositions on given subjects. Letter 
writing every two weeks. 

Spelling: From page 55 to page 76, and supplementary words. 

Arithmetic: Mental, from page 31 to page 67. Practical, complete 



fractious. Read and write five periods. 



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Geography: North America, with map of same; also British Ameri- 
ca and Mexico. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: To page 69. Parsing nouns, pronouns and adjectives. 
Analysis of short sentences. 

Masic: Learn to recognize and trace modulations to difPerent keys, 
and to acquire the ability to pass from one key to another without in- 
strumental aid. <^"»1 '«*^*-^ V" 

Drawing: Book^S^r, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, third series reviewed, and one-half 
of fourth; also fi'om page 304 to 307, and 344 to 350. Langua^^e lessons, 
third grade. Abbreviations. Tellurian. Roman numerals. Punctua- 
tion marks. Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

SIXTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Fourth reader completed, together with supplementary 
reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Letter writing every two weeks. Composi- 
tion every week on topics designated by the teacher. 

Spelling: From page 69 to 100; also grade words. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic from page 67 to 96. Practical 
arithmetic. Review fractions. Decimals to compound numbers. Read 
and write six periods. 

Geography: To South America. Map of United States. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

Grammar: Descriptive part, to page 76 including tine print and 
parsing. Analysis of simple sentences, and first two rules of syntax. 

Music: A thorough practice on all the above, with still greater diffi- 
culties in tune, time and part singing. y 1~ , /'' 

Drawing: BookTsts, wifn olackboard drawing. /^^-rtTtiO ^ /" {^ 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fourth series from page 306 to 309 
and 346 to 354. Tellurian. Language lessons, fourth and fifth grades. 
Abbreviations. Roman numerals. Politeness. Phonic Analysis. 

SEVENTH YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: First half fifth reader. Supplementary reading. 

Writing: Copy-book. Composition every week. Letters every tAvo 
weeks. 

Spelling: From page 100 to 130. Dictation; also grade words. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual arithmetic, from page 96 to 118. Practical 
arithmetic. Compound numbers. 

Geography: From South America through. Map of South Ameri- 
ca, Asia and Illinois. 

Grammar: From page 70 to 166; also to rule ten in syntax. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism. 

History: United States, first half, to Revolution. Bible history. 
Old Testament. 

Music: Compound measures^ Minor scales and key. 
Drawing: Booljj^aflatoiV^th blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, fifth series from page 307 to 312 
and 350 to 358. Telhirian. Abbreviations. Language lessons, sixth 
and seventh grades. Phonic Analysis. 

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EIGHT YEAR OR GRADE. 

Reading: Last half of fifth reader, with supplementary reading 

Wkiting: Copy-book. Composition, weekly. Letters, bi-weekly. 

Spelling: From page 130 to 180. Dictation. 

Arithmetic: Intellectual, from page 118 to 129. Practical arithme- 
tic. Percentage to Stocks. 

Geography: Map of Europe, Africa and Palestine. 

Grammar: Completed. 

History: United States, completed. Bible history, completed. 

Christian Doctrine: Butler's Catechism, completed. 

Music: First principles of harmony. 

Drawing: Book eight, with blackboard drawing. 

Miscellaneous: Object lessons, sixth series. Language lessons, 
eighth grade. Tellurian, Phonic Analysis, 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT, 
FIRST YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth reader, first half. Supplementary sight reading. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's Catechism, with explanations. 

Writing: Copy-book; copies set by teacher. Letters bi-weekly. 

Etymology: Word analysis, first half. 

Arithmetic: Stocks, insurance, ratio and proportion, alligation, in- 
volution and evolution. Intellectiial, from page 129 to li9. 

Physical Geogr.sj"HY: General history, first half. Familiar science. 

Rhetoric: To versification, and composition every week. French 
and German optional. 

Music: Review of the past, with chorus singing. Instrumental 
music optional; also private vocal lessons. 

Drawing: Ivrusi's method, book nine, with object drawing. 

SECOND YEAR. 

Reading: Sixth completed. Sight reading from histories. 
Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from copies by teacher on board. 
Etymology: Completed. Test words from speller. 
Arithmetic: Complete arithmetic finished. Intellectual completed. 
Algebra: First half. 
General History: Completed, 
Rhetoric: Completed. 
Physiology: French and German optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Instrumental and private vocal lessons 
optional. 

Drawing: Book ten, with object drawing. 

THIRD YEAR. 

Reading: Historical and literary, from classical authors. 
Writing: Plain and Ornamental, from board. 

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Algebra: Last halt, with selections faom University algebra. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's continued. 

Book-keeping. Botany. English Literature. 

compositron and epistolary correspondence. 

Civil Government. Political Economy. French, German and 
Latin optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Private lessons in Vocal and Instrumental 
optional. 

Drawing: Book eleven, with sketching from casts. 

FOURTH YEAR. 

Reading: Philosophical and political. 

Writing: Plain and ornamental. 

Geometry and Trigonometry. 

Epistolary Composition and Essay Writing. 

Christian Doctrine: Deharbe's completed. 

Astronomy, Natural Philosophy, Zoology, Geology, Mythology, 
Chemistry. French, German and Latin optional. 

Music: Chorus singing. Private lessons in Vocal and Instrumental 
optional. 

Drawing: Book twelve, with sketching from nature. 



THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR BOARDERS IS AS 

FOLLOWS: 

5% o'clock, Rise. 

Q% " Mass followed by Morning Prayers. 

7 " Breakfast, followed by recreation. 

8 " Study. 

9 " Eecitation in respective class-rooms. 
11^^ " Dinner and recreation. 
121^ " Study. 

1 " Mathematics. 

2 " Plain sewing, penmanship, etc. 
4 " Luncheon and recreation. 
43^ " Study lessons for next day. 
5^ " Rosary for Catholics. 
6 " Supper. 
632 " Recreation. 
8 " Night Prayers, after which all retire to their respective 

dormitories for the night, and do not visit the rooms 
of others without special permission. 

Studies will he resumed the First Monday in September, 
and no young lady ivho is not then in atteridance will he al- 
lowed to compete for the Class Medals. For the other ex- 
tra medals it is necessary to he at least nine months in the 
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INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC. 



COURSE OF STUDIES. 

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Urbach's Method, Five-finger exercises, Jousse's Musical Catechism 

First Division, 

Instructor and Catechism, continued, major and minor scales, similar 
and contrary motion, Czerny's Easy studies, occasional pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Liiebert and Stark's Method, major and minor scales in thirds, sixths; 
catechism; Lemoine's Juvenile Studies — first book, easy sonatas. 

First Division. 

Liebert and Stark's Method continued, catechism and scales; Le- 
moine's Juvenile Studies— second book, sonatas and pieces. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Second Division. 

Bertini's Etudes; Czerny's and Heller's Etupes, selections from Le- 
bach, Gottschalk, etc; catechism. 

First Division. 

Cramer's Studies— first book; selections from Chopin, Weber, 
Schuman, Beethoven's easier sonates, etc; harmony (Weitzman's Man- 
ual), history of music commenced. 

GRADUATING DEPARTMENT. 

Loeschorn's and Cramer's Studies continued, Beethoven's sonatas 
Liszt's rhapsodies, Chopin's polonaises, etc., Weitzman's Manual of Har- 
mony, history or music continued. 



VOCAL MUSIC. 



Scale singing, intervals, easy pieces. 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 
Cocone's Fifty Lessons, minor and chromatic scales, ballads, 
Abt's exercises. 

SENIOR DEPARTMENT. 

Concone's Twenty -five Lessons, selections from Rossini, Verdi, Don- 
izetti, etc. 

All are expected to attend class-singing, which is free. Private vo- 
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Tl)e Studio is lAiell ligl)ted arid arr\ple n\aterials 
are provided for tl^e use of tl^e students in Free-l^arid 
DraiA^ing, s\lcl\ as casts, reliefs arid rr\odels. 

Pupils are taUgt\t Crayon and Cl^arcoal Drav^irig 
frorq nature, as well as frorn objects and copies. Oil 
Painting and Water Color, Pastel, Portrait Painting 
and otl)er Kinds of ornarnental lA^orK receive special 
attention frorn first-class teacl:\ers, 

During tl^e present scl^oolastic year, one l^undred 
and six pUpils l\ave attended t]:\is departrnent of tlie 
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TERivrs. 

(FOR BOARDERS.) 

Per Session op Five Months in Advance. 

Board and tuition, in English and music . . - - S150 

Languages, each .......-- 10 

Oil and Water Color Painting - - ... 40 

Portrait painting ......... 50 

Crayon and Pastel Painting .-.---- 40 

Harp 40 

Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Mandolin, Zither, each - - - - 30 

Vocal lessons and harmony, each ..... 30 

Washing ....-.---.. 5 

For chemical and physical apparatus, etc., in senior classes - 3 

There are no other extra charges. 

Special arrangements may be made for Juniors. 

More favorable terms may be made by those sending two or more 
sisters at the same time. 

Books, stationary, etc., are furnished at the usual price, but never 
on credit. 

Pupils are required to bring a good supply of plain, neat clothing, 
suitable for each season. Toilet articles ; six towels, four table napkins 
a knife and fork, teaspoon, dessertspoon, napkin-ring, goblet, two yards 
of carpeting or rug, and two yards black net for veiling. 

No particular uniform is required, but black aprons are preferred 
to white ones; and, for the Closing Exercises white muslin dresses are 
to be used. 

No visits allowed except those authorized by parents. 

Pupils should bring a full supply of postage stamps. 



term:s. 

(FOR DAY SCHOLARS.) 

Per Quarter of Ten Weeks, in Advance. 

ACADEMIC department. 

English branches $15 

Music --..-.-.-.-- 15 

Use of piano ..--.. 5 

Oil and Water Color Painting for the pupils ... 20 

Painting for those who do not attend school .... 25 

Portrait painting -..-.--.- 40 

Crayon for those who do not attend school .... 25 

Crayon for pupils 15 

Drawing 5 

Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Mandolin, Zither, each ... 15 

Vocal lessons and harmony, each ....--- 15 

INTERMEDIATE DEPARTMENT. 

English branches for Juveniles $10 

English branches for Minims - - 5 

Music for Juniors ---..----- 10 

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GRADUATES OF the INSTITUTION. 



Mrs. L. Jackson Hovey. 

" I. Russell Sebastian. 
Miss Mary Dorney. 

" Nellie C. Dore. 

" M. Ryan, 

(8r. M. DeSales.) 

Mrs. F. Dillion Parker. 

" A. Brady Fitzpatrick. 

" R. McDonnell Larkin. 

" K. Buckley Burke. 

" M. Tierney Lawson, 

" M. Tourtelot Robinson. 
Miss Annie Cleary. 

" Tessie Noonan. 
Mrs. A. Dennehy Wolford. 

" E. Sterling Wing. 

" M. Sanders Morgan. 

" J. Cleary Templeton, 

(Deceased.) 

" M. Mahoney Deveney. 
Miss M. Thompson, 



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(br. M. Blanche.) 

Sarah Hickey. 
Mary McDonnell. 
Genevieve Higgins. 
Nellie Walsh. 
Belle Kuh. 
Joe Sanders. 
Martha Bennett. 
Maggie Clinnin. 
Mary Neville. 
Minnie Brady, 
Ella Higgins. 
Joe Burke, 
Mary Kent. 
L. Moakler, 

(Sr. M. Aniceta, deceased.) 

Mary Walsh, 
Kittie Murphy. 
Rose O'Brien. 
Alice Higgins. 
Kittie Milnamon. 
Lizzie Milnamon. 
L. Sandmeier, 

(Sr. M. Lillie.) 



Anna Benjamin. 

Lizzie Gougar. 

Lizzie McCarthy, 

Lillie Cook. 

Mary Farrell, 

Millie Webb. 

K. Conly AVren. 

K. Traynor Murray. 

S. Gillau Sheets. 

Maggie Weadley. 

Lizzie C. Kehoe. 

Johanna Dorney. 

Ella Webb. 

Jennie Miller. 

M. Moore Butler. 

F. Cleary Templeton. 

A. Smith Keller. 

Lizzie Tighe. 

Mamie Higgins, 

Mary Gearv. 

M. Agnes O'Brien. 

M. Barry Williamson. 

M. Kehoe O' Conner, 

L. Dooker Hombach. 

M. Norfolk Kenney. 

M. Baxter Neary. 

M. St. Claire Ransom, 

(Deceased.) 

" E. Brown Martin. 
Miss Annie O'Brien. 

" Nellie O'Brien. 
Mrs. E. Excell Clarke. 
Miss T. Kelly, 

(Sr. M. Evangeline.) 

Mrs. Mary Murphy Duffy, 

" Lizzie Cudahy Nelson, 
Miss K. Bradlev, 

(Sr. M. Camillus.) 

Kittie Hastings. 
Gertrude Jackson, 
Julia Green, 
Cassie Drum. 
Laura Glenn, 
Sibbie Convey, 
Nellie Cahill. 



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GRHDUHTES— Continued. 



Miss Clara Keeley. 
" Mary O'Hara. 
" Laura Sandmeier. 
" J. Mnrphy, 

(Sr. M. Bomana.) 

" L. Hefferuan, 

(br. M. DeLourdes.) 

*' Mamie Dunne. 



Miss Edna Burks. 

" Mary Stringer. 

" Annie Kenney. 

" Susie O'Keilly. 

" Gussie Shrimski. 

" Lizzie DeWitt. 

" Yeronica Muri^hy, 

" Marie Stearns. 



JUNIOR GRHDUflTES. 



Miss Mary Fox. 
Mrs. Sadie McKenna Dee. 
Miss Lizzie McLaughlin. 
" Hanna Broderick, 

(Sr. M. Louis.) 

" Maria Walsh. 
" Yira Howard. 
" Susie Horton, 

(Deceased.) 



Miss Mary Mitchell, 

(Sr. M. Bophia.) 

" Mary Keenan, 

(Sr. M.De Sales.) 

" Annie Green. 
" Olive B. Hyde. 
" Maggie Coyle, 

(Sr. M.Beniti.) 

" Etta Davidson. 
" Verna Tanner. 



By Junior Graduates ^ve mean those who received the Silver Medal, 
which is given at the end of the Third Year in the Academic or High 
School Department. 

We will be thankful to those of our graduates, with whom we have 
not had any regular communication, if they will keep us notified as to 
their correct addresses. 



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St. Xavier's fllumnae. 



^^^ OFFICERS, e)^^ 



President, 
Vice-President, 
Treasurer, 
Secretary, 



Miss JULIA GREEN. 
- Miss MILLIE WEBB. 
- Miss MARY KENT. 
Miss GERTRUDE JACKSON. 



MEMBERS PRESENT May 31, 1890. 



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Miss Mary Fareell, 


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Tessie Noon an, 


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Ella Webb, 


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M. Mahoney Divanney, 




Lizzie Tighe, 


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Maky McDonnell, 




M. Agnes O'Brien, 


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Sarah Hickey, 




Genevieve Higgins, 


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Minnie Brady, 




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Annie O'Brien, 




Mary Neville, 


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Joe Bijkke, 




Nellie O'Brien, 


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Mary Kent, 




Rosa O'Brien, 


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KiTTIE MiLNAMOW, 




Alice Higgins, 


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Lizzie Milnamow, 




Clara Keeley, 


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Julia Greene, 




Mary O'Hara, 


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Gertrude Jackson, 




Laura Sandmeier, 


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Lizzie DeWitt, 




Mary Stringer, 


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Marx Fox, 







Regrets were received from Mrs. K. Conley Wren, Mrs. A. Brady 
Fitzpatrick, Miss Martha Bennett, and Mrs. M. Norfolk Kenny, who 
were unavoidably absent. 



Touching allusions were made by the retiring President, Miss L. C. 
Kehoe, to the loss sustained by the association in the death of one of its 
most esteemed members, Mrs. Josie Cleary Templeton, Superior, 
Neb., and to the consequent absence of Miss Annie Cleary, who has al- 
ways taken an active part in entertaining her former teachers and school- 
mates at the meetings of the Alumnae. 



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Pupils Who Hold Teachers' Cerificates. 



The following pupils distinguished themselves by passing 
the examination for either city or county schools, and in some 
cases both. 

Miss Nellie C. Dore County. 

" Nellie Healy 

" Mary Fox 

" Sophia Jennings " 

" Lizzie Gongar " 

" Ella Higgins 

" Lizzie McLaughlin " 

" Kate Connelly " 

" Eose McDonnell " 

" Annie Brady 

" Mary McDonnell " 

" Geneieve Higgins (Supt. of singing) " 

" Martha Bennett. . . •"•^o- • • -'-If^/ t-P'J ^^^^ ^^^^ County 

" Maggie C\\m\\i\ .di^ .m^.- //c^^ . /)7 City 

" Minnie Brady f . ' County 

" Mary Neville City 

" Joanna Burke " 

" Mary Kent City and County 

" Katie Murphy " 

" Eose O'Brien City 

" Alice Higgins City and County 

" Kate HaVtings " 

" Lizzie Milnamow " 

" Katie Milnamow County 

" Julia Greene City and County 

" Cassie Drum " . " 

" Gertrude Jackson City 

" Susie M. Bonfield County 

" Annie Eyan County 

" May Cahill 

" Marie Stearns City 

" Delia O'Mallev 

" Lizzie Blish 

" Veronica Murphy " 

" Nellie Stenson 

" Alma Ahern 

" Susie O'Eeilly 

" Cecelia Murphy Dakota 



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©EAGHEi^'s Diploma, 

In Addition to Graduating Honors Conferred on 

This young lady not only gave perfect satisfaction in 
the Priinary, Intermediate, Academic and Normal Depart- 
ments, which, in her case, extended over the past eleven 
years, bnt, also, passed the City examination for teachers. 

Miss Delia O'Malley passed the same examination in 
December l)ut will not be graduated for tAvo years. 

In the City examination for June, after our Closing 
Exercises, the following were successful : 

Miss VERONICA MURPHY. Class of '90. 
" SUSIE O'REILLY, " " "JO. 

" LIZZIE BLISH, " •' "91. 

" HELEN STENSON, " " '91. 

" MARY SANDERS, " " '92. 

" MARY DOUGHERTY, who came for Review. 



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From September, 1889, to June, 1890, 



Tucker, 
Chicago, 
Kankakee, III 



111. 
111. 



St. Louis, 



Mo. 
111. 
111. 



Arnick, Ella Chicago, 111. 

Ai-nick, Aggie 

Arnold, Amanda 

Arnold, Mattie 

Adler, Berenice 

Alexander, Edith 

Bierman, Annie 

Barry, Kittie 

Bergeron, Josie 

Burrowes, Kittie 

Bradbury, Josie 

Bradbury, Maggie 

Brooke, Gertie 

Bontield, Susie (himmiugs, 

Bonfield, Laura Chicago, 

Bonfield, Maria 

Bonfield, Gertie 

Boyer, Nettie 

Barnett, Mary 

Blisli, Lizzie 

Blish, Lulu 

Blisli, Florence 

Brennan, Nellie 

Brown, Nannie 

Brown, Nina 

Boughton, Florence 

Bartlett, Madeline 

Bowen, Kittie 

Burns, Rosie 

Bardon, Grace 

Burks, Grace Indianapolis, Ind. 

Burke, Alice Chicago, 111. 

Barnett, Louise 

Bond, Alice 

Crimp, Bessie " " 

Costello, Kittie Cleveland, Ohio 

Campbell, Hattie Fargo, Dak. 

Cross, Helen Kansas City, Mo. 



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Callahan, Maggie Chicago, 111. 

Convey, Melincla Ashkum, 111. 

Crilly, Lena Chicago, 111. 

Cressler, Ethel 

Cummins, Belle Eansom, 111. 

Cressler, Elva Chicago, 111. 

Coffey, Mary Maple Grove 111. 

Coins, Annie Chicago, 111. 

Carroll, Hannah Elroy, 111. 

Clancy, Nellie Chicago, 111. 

Carney, Cora " " 

Combs, Carrie Hyde Park, 111. 

Clare, Kittle Chicago, 111. 

Caldwell, Rosie 

Cleary, Angela ^ 

Cleary, Mamie 

Clifton, Ella 

Cvirran, Sarah 

Conway, Mamie 

Castignino, Amelia 

Callahan, Teresa 

Donsman, Marie Milwaukee, AYis. 

Duddleston, Lizzie Chicago, 111. 

Denison, Ella 

Deloulme, Blanche 

Doehne, Frances 

Durkins, Agnes 

Daley, Mary 

Dviffy, Maggie 

Devine, Maggie 

DeWitt, Lizzie 

DeVachi, Fannie 

Donahue, Marian 

Eaton, Jennie 

Eaton, MoUie 

Eaton, Annie 

Elvin, Sallie 

Erby , Gladys 

Espert, Barbara 

Edgell Kittle 

Florentine, Virginia 

Florentine, Julia 

Foley, Ella Jennings, Mich. 

Fast, Jessie Chicago, 111. 

Fitzsimmons, Kittle Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Fitspatrick, Mamie Chicago, 111, 

Fitzpatrick. Ella ' 

Fogarty, Nellie 



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Fitzgerald, Bertha 

Freshman, Ella 

Foote, Lanra 

Foote, Angela 

Freshman, Celia 

Farrell, Mar}^ 

Farley, Bridget 

Granger, Emma . . 

Griene, Carol 

Gnerin, May 

Green, Janie 

Green, Mary 

Gillespie, Lucy 

Golson, Laura « 

Gehan, Jennie 

Gillan, Nellie 

Gehan, Nellie 

Hackney, Maude 

Houseman, Rose 

Hartford, Nellie 

Henderson, May 

Hoag, Irme 

Horning, Leonora 

Hagan, Annie 

Healy, Annie 

Hagan, Teresa 

Healy, Josie 

Healy, Mary 

Healy, Julia 

Healy, Jessie 

Hilbert, Dora 

Healey, Lydia 

Harvey, Lucy 

Hickey, Kittie 

Hierholzer, Ida 

Holm, Lulu 

Hudson, Annie 

Hudson, Mamie 

Hudson, Clara 

Harden, Josie 

Hogan, Maggie 

Heissler, Louise 

Heissler, Clara 

Heissler, Tillie' 

Heidweier, Flora 

Higgins, Kate 

Jepson, Ethel 



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Jackson, Ida Chicago, 111. 

Kalin, Lulu 

Kingsnortli, Allie Sioux City, la. 

Kinally, Sadie Chicago, 111. 

Kiiizie, Grace Omaha, Neb. 

Kennedy, Clara Muskegon, Mich. 

Keating'^ Gilberta Chicago, 111. 

Klassen, Mamie 

King, Charlotte 

Keely, Kate 

Kinzie, Gwinnie Omaha, Xeb 

Kinzie, Gertrude Chicago, 111. 

Lynn, Georgie 

Lamb, Mamie 

Lamont, Qneenie 

Lally, Ida 

Leahy, Maggie 

LeFeuvre, Violet 

LeFenore, Blanche 

LeSage, Lulu 

Leydon, Loretta 

McClellan, Jennie 

Marble, Mary 

Malone, Nora " 

McKenna, Minnie Quinnesec, Mich. 

Maslin, Carrie Butte City, Mont. 

Maslin, Edith " 

Murcer, Kittie Chicago, 111. 

Merphy, Maggie 

Magon, Marie 

Maher, Belle 

Mailer, Nellie 

Maher, Edith 

Marlow, Mary 

Mason, Lila 

McDermott, Kittie 

McDermott, Isabelle 

McDermott, Florence 

Meincke, Grace 

Migely, Jenette 

Migely, Kittie 

Mahoney, Grace 

Mahoney, Tessie 

Mahoney, Cecilia 

Moran, Margie 

Moran, Jorephine 

Meyers, Nellie 

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McMahon, Mary Belle 

McMahon, Mamie 

Martin, Hester 

Martin, Grace 

McGrath, Mary 

McLaughlin, Gertie 

Murphy, Veronica 

Mnrphy, Ursula 

Murray, Jennie 

Mulveil, Minnie 

Murphy, Kate 

Montague, Mamie 

Melligan, Julia '. . . , 

Meehan, Lillie 

O'Brien, Kittie 

O'Brien, Nellie 

O'Brien, Lulu 

O'Brien, Josie 

O'Malley, Delia 

O'MalJey, Kittie 

O'Hara, Allie 

O'Hara, Nellie 

O'Hara, Alice : . , 

O'Shea, Mary 

O'Donnell, Nellie 

O'Eeilly, Susie 

O'Reilly, Marie 

O'Connors, Rosie 

O'Connor, Ella 

O'Toole, Annie 

Olson, Ida 

Powers, Maggie 

Perry, Maggie 

Portsmouth, Sadie 

Purcell, Kittie 

Phillips, Minnie 

Parker, Irene 

Quinlan, May 

Quinlan, Mary Ann 

Roland, Sadie 

Roth, Ada 

Ryan, Mamie 

Ryan, Julia 

Ryan, Mary 

Sanders, Mollie 

Sanders, Nannie 

Sandmeier, Annie 

Sheridan, Mary 



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Scott, Mary Jane Chicago, 111. 

Sheurman, Bertlia Des Moines, la. 

Synoii, Angela Chicago, 111. 

Sullivan, Maggie 

Street, Mary 

Simonds, Addie 

Sherman, Olive 

Sunter, Nana 

Schaub, Frances 

Shannon, Annie 

Shannon, Alice 

Schaub, Eva 

Schaub, Nora 

Spencer, Fannie Indianapolis, Ind. 

Shippey, Georgie Chicago, 111. 

Shrimski, Gussie " " 

Sutton, Edna Milwaukee, Wis. 

Schneider, Lottie Chicago, 111. 

Stenson, Jennie 

Stenson, Nellie 

Stearns, Marie 

Snow, Olive 

Shaw, Ethel 

Sherwood, Mabel 

Schmidt, Dora 

Schmidt, Stella 

Tiernay, May 

Townsend, Mamie 

Thielan, Blanche 

Velunga, Annie 

Villeneuve, Lillie 

West, Frankie 

White, Grace 

Witt, Emma 

Wilkins, Isabel 

Webster, Winifred 

Wolsey, Edith 

Wilson, Mary 

Woods, Agnes 

Zeigler, Laura 



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THE FORTY- FOURTH 



THURSDAY. JUNE 26. 1890. 



PROGRHMMG. 

FAUST MARCH'— (Four Pianos) Afu/icr 

Misses BLISH, CUMMINS, N. MAHER, B. MAHER, BRADBURY, E. WITT, 
L. BONFIELD, M. BONFIELD. 

OUR GLORIOUS STANDARD,— Chorus, - ■ - Dana 

Piano Accompaniment, Miss D. O'MALLEY. 

SALUTATORY, - - - Miss. Gussie Siirimski 

PIANO SOLO,— " Valsede Juliette" - - Gounod-Raff 

Miss MAGGIE MURPHY. 

"ANGEL'S SERENADE,"— Vocal Solo, - - - Braga 

Piano, Miss G. 5HRIMSKI, Violin, Miss G. BURKS, Solo, Miss S. BONFIELD. 

ESSAY,— "Nature's Epic," - - - Mi.ss Susie O'Reilly 

THE MINSTREL BOY,-Harp Solo, - - Chatterlon 

Miss M. BONFIELD. 

"FLOWER PRAISE"— Cantata, ... - Root 

Piano Accompaniment, Miss M. MURPHY, 
Solos, Miss M, MARBLE, Duet, Misses A. COINS and S. PORTSMOUTH. 

PIANO SOLO,— "Rigoletto," (Fantasia), - - Vcnli-Liszt 

Miss GUSSIE SHRIMSKI. 

VIOLIN SELECTION, ... - Josie H.\rdin 
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25 



PROGRHMME- -Continued. 



SELECTIONS FROM "THE BOHEMIAN GIRL," - Ralfe 

ARRANGED FOR 

Harps, M. BONFIELD. K. O'BRIEN. 

Violins, J. QUINN, F. SPENCER, M. MURPHY, G. BURKS. 

Guitars, E. MASLIN, C. MASLIN, G. WHITE, S. O'REILLY, 
L. BONFIELD, M. HEALY. 

Banjo, D. O'MALLEY. 

Zither, S. BONFIELD. 

Mandolin, A. HUDSON 



ESSAY. — "Knowledge is bought only with a weary care," 

Miss VERONICA MURPHY. 



Miller 



LIGHT FROM HEAVEN,— Vocal Solo, - - Gounod-Ray 

Harp, Miss K. O'BRIEN, Violin, Miss F. SPENCER, Solo, Miss D. O'MALLEY. 



DON JUAN,— (Four Pianos), 

Misses MARBLE, STEARNS, SPENCER, O'MALLEY. 



Mozart 



a. JOYFUL WE GREET,— Chorus, 

b. "Holy Fathei Hear Us !"— Chorus, 

Piano Accompaniment, Miss G. SHRIMSKI. 



Wagner 
Mayer 



REVEIL DU LION,— (Four Pianos), - - - KontsM 

Misses B. ADLER, L. BLISH, I. JACKSON, C. MASLIN, E. MASLIN. 

S. BONFIELD, G. BURKS, G. WHITE. 



VALEDICTORY, -Hope shall brighten the days to come. 
And memory gild the past, 

Miss MARIE STEARNS. 



Moorr 



GOOD NIGHT,— Chorus, 

Piano Accompaniment, Miss M. MURPHY. 



Miirrav 



Distribution of Premiums. 



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Sold (Ilass 3/Leclal 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 



IX SENIOR GRADUATIXG CLASS, — FOVRTII YEAR, 



AWARDED TO 



^yHiss Susie ©'I^^eilly, 



CHICAGO. ILLS. 



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FOR 



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IN JUNIOR GRADUATING CLASS, THIRD YEAR, 



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FOR 



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IN SECOND YEAR OF GRADUATING COURSE, 



TO 



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CHICAGO, ILLS. 






FOR 



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IN FIRST YEAR GRADUATINCi COURSE, 
PRESENTED TO 

3/Liss ^jT^^lJce SKann-orL, 

CHICAGO, ILLS. 

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(Sold dlass .^yleclal 



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IX Tin: EKiinil (iRADE, 



C/'4ede^/ec/ -dy. (i/tQe^. S. '^<' -c^f^cy. 



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3/Lis£ Jennie Stenson., 



CHICAGO, ILLS. 



Seicl (Llass I}\4^edaLS 



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I\ IIIE SEVENTH (;RADE, 



(y'-i^d-e^Z-e-^ ^d^ /A-& Cy^^Z-t/u/^ 



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FOR 



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IN THE SIXTH GRADE, 



C^^-e-de^-l-e^ ^-^ ^'C Cy'^id/^'i-MyU^ 



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CHICAGO, ILLS. 



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IN THE FIFTH GRADE, 



CM'e^'^-n€€^'Ci '{ly, /A€- Cy^d/iMi/^-a^ 



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CHICAGO, ILLS. 



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\otb S-Ca-^0- ©ffiebal- 



FOR 



Highest Examination Average 



IS I-OIRTII liRADE. 



Crl€^e^'^/^<i 'd^ /Af- (^^idAui'U-^ 



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Chicago, Ills. 



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CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE, 



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Chicago, Ills. 



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CHICAGO, ILLS. 



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'The Sraduate Dyteclals. 

AWAKDED TO 

Miss MARIE STEARNS, 

Miss YERONICA MURPHY, 

Miss SUSIE O'REILLY, 

Miss GUSSIE SIIRIMSKI. 



.OVUVVd^ ioty ^Oob ^OtlbllC't, 



Miss VERONICA MURPHY, 



Miss GUSSIE SIIRIMSKI. 




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37 




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The Silver 3/[edals 

TO 

Mi;;s NELLIE STENSON, 

Miss FANNIE SPENCER, 

Miss 'LIZZIE. BLISH. 






Miss LIZZIE BLISH. 



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ST. XAVIER S ACADEMY. 



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CROWNS FOR GOOD CONDUCT. 



Miss M. O'Shea, 

" M. Duffy, 

8. CURRAN, 

'• A. Healy, 

'' J. Nelligan, 

" H. Carroll, 

" B. Adler, 

*• M. Farrell, 

" C. Carney, 

" M. Cofey, 

" G. Lynn, 

" N. Fogarty, 

" J. Ryan, 

" M. Moran, 

" L. Harvey, 

" J. O'Brien, 

" F. Heidweyek, 

'* U. Murphy, 

'• M. GUERIN, 

" K. Keeley, 

'• L. O'Brien, 

M. Sheridan, 

*' E. Dennison, 

" E. Witt, 

" A. McNamara, 

" B. Deloulme, 

" M. McGrath, 

" L. Meehan, 

" M. Healy, 

" L. Villeneuve, 

'• S. Rowland, 



Miss K. Hicket, 

" M. Barnett, 

" G. Mahoney, 

" M. McM.\HON, 

" I. Hierholzer, 

" J. Healy, 

" A. Bond, 

" J. Bergeron, 

" D. Schmitt, 

" C. Hudson, 

" M. Hudson, 

'* C. Heissler, 

'* L. Horning, 

" R. Burns, 

" L. Schneider, 

" N. O'Donnell, 

" , A. Sanders, 

" Q. Lamont, 

" M. ESPERT, 

" F. McDermott, 

" J. Healy, 

" M. MULVEIL, 

" K. MiGLEY, 

" G. Bardon, 

" M. Fitzpatrick, 

" L. Leydon, 

" A. O'Haka, 

" G. Keating, 

" B. EsPERT, 

" T. Heissler, 

" F. Blish. 



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PREMIUMS. 



READING. 

Gold Medal Carrie Maslin 

First Premium : Nannie Brown 

Second " Maggie Leahy 

Third " Maggie Duffy 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium G. White, B. Cummins 

Second " M. Moran, M. Klassen 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Maria Bonfield 

Second " U. Murphy, G. Brooke 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Nellie O'Brien 

Second " Katie O'Malley 

Third " Sadie Roland 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Sadie Portsmouth 

Second " Gertrude Kohnert 

Third " Nora Malone 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Celia Mahoney 

Second " Julia Florentine 

Third " Lula Hohn 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Leonora florning 

Second " Ella O'Connor 

Third " Josie Healy 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium Gertrude McLaughlin 

Second " N.Hartford, N.Sanders 

FIRST GRADE— A. 

First Premium M. Mulveil, M. Fitzpatrick 

Second " Mamie Espert 

FIRST GRADE B. 

First Premium Bessie Crimp 

Second " Gilberta Keating 



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PENMANSHIP. 

FIRST CLASS. 

G old Pen Sarah C arraii 

Second Premiuna Mary O'Shea 

Third " Mary Marble 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

V^Tst Premium Mamie Klassen 

Second " Julia Ryan 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lulu O'Brien 

Second '' Belle Maher 

Third " Laura Bonfield 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium K. Clare, M. Montague 

Second " M. Maher, K. O'Malley 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Blanche Thielen 

Second " Katie O'Brien 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary B. McMahon 

Second " Julia Healy 

Third " Rose O'Connor 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Leonora Homing- 
Second " Josie Healy 

Third " Annie Bierman 

SECOND GRADE. 

First Premium Celia Freshman 

Second " Sadie Kinnally 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium Tillie Heissler 

Second " Janie Scott 



ORNAMENTAL PENMANSHIP. 

SECOND CLASS. 

Gold Pen Jennie Murray 

Second Premium Alice Shannon 

Third " Annie Hudson 

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GRAMMAR OR LANGUAGE. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Georgie Lvnn 

Second " Josie O'Brien 

SEVE>'TH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Guerin 

Second '" Annie Shannon 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Frankie West 

Second " Katie Clare 

Third '• Nellie O'Brien 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Grace Mahoney 

Second " Kittie Murphy 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Julia Healy 

Second '' Mary McMahon 

Third " Ella Fitzpatrick 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Kittie Burrows 

Second '• Clara Heissler 

Third " Maggie Powers 

SECOND GRADE. 

First Premium Queenie Lamont 

Second " Gertrude McLaughlin 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premiiim Mamie Espert 

Second " Florence McDermott 

ORTHOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Julia Ryan 

Second " Lucy Harvey 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Ursula Murphy 

Second •' Mamie Tierney 

Third • Blanche Deloulme 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Sadie Roland 

Second " Lillie Villeneuve 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Sadie Portsmouth 

Second " Mary McMahon 



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FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium May Quinlan 

Second " Virginia Florentine 

Third " Alice Bond 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Edith Maher 

Second " .... Annie Bierman 

Third •' Clara Hudson 

SECOND GRADE. 

First Premium Josie Hardin 

Second " Kittie Bowen 

FIRST GRADE— A. 

First Premium Mary Fitzpatrick 

Second " Alice O'Hara 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

First Premium Frances Doehne 

Second " Loretta Leydon 



ETYMOLOGY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Susie Bonfield 

Second " Mary Sanders 

Third " M. Farrell, M. Duffy 



ALGEBRA. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium L. Blish, N. Stenson 

Second . " Mary O'Shea 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium A. Shannon, Lulu Blish 

Second " Sarah Curran 

Third " Nannie Brown 



ARITHMETIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Mary O'Shea 

Second " Annie Sandmeier 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Alice Shannon 

Second '♦ L. Heissler, H.Carroll 

Third " M. Conway, A.Hudson 



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EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium E. Foley, C. Carney 

Second " Julia Ryan 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium U. Murphy, K. Keeley 

Second " B. Deloulme, E. Dennison 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lillie Villeneuve 

Second " I.Jackson, M.Montague 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Nora Malone 

Second " Grace Mahoney 

Third " Jeanette Migely 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Edith Alexander 

Second " Ada Roth 

Third " Florence Boughton 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Kittie Burrows 

Second " Mattie Arnold 

Third " Maggie Perry 

SECOND GRADE. 

First Premium Rosie Burns 

Second " Lottie Schneider 

FIRST GRADE — A. 

First Premium Mamie Ryan 

Second " Grace Bardon 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

First Premium Elsie Freshman 

Second " Barbara Espert 



RHETORIC. 

First Premium Alice Shannon 

Second " Carrie Maslin 

Third " Grace Burks 



COMPOSITION. 

SECOND CLASS. 

Gold Medal Edith Maslin 

First Premium Alice Shannon 

Second " Mary Marble 

Third " Julia Nelligan 



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EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Jennie Stenson 

Second '■ K. Fitzsimmons, J. O'Brien 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Gertie Brooke 

Second " U. Murphy, A.Shannon 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Frankie West 

Second •' Sadie Koland 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Kittie O'Brien 

Second. " Teresa Callaghan 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium May Quiulan 

Second " Ida Hierholzer 

Third " Nellie Brennan 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Leonora Horning 

Second " Madeline Bartlett 

Third " Catherine McDermott 

BIBLE HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium J. Stenson, E.Foley 

Second " N. Fogarty, L.Harvey 

SEVEXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Gertie Brooke 

Second " , Annie Shannon 

Third " Annie McNamara 

CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Gold Medal Lizzie Blish 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium A. Shannon, L. Heissler 

Second " Annie Hudson 

Third " Hannah Carroll 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Margie Moran 

Second " .N. Gillau, N. Fogarty 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium May Guerin 

Second " E. Dennison, M.Sheridan I 



ST. xavieb's academy. 4.5 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Olive 8now 

Second " M. Healy, M. O'Reilly 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Nora Malone 

Second " Kittie Hickey 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Rose O'Connor 

Second " Josie Bergeron 

Third " Maggie Callaghan 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium May Henderson 

Second " Catherine McDermott 

Third " Madeline Bartlett 

SECOND GRADE — A. 

First Premium Fannie De Vache 

Second " Katie Costello 

FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium Minnie Mulveil 

Second " Mary Magon 



GEOGRAPHY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium • J. Stenson, J. Ryan 

Second " A. Simonds, M. McKenna 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Annie Shannon 

Second " U. Murphy, M. Bonfield 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium N. Maher, K. Barry 

Second " E.Sutton, O. Snow 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium T. Mahoney, G. Kohuert 

Second " M. Barnett, J.Bradbury 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Edith Alexander 

Second " Ida Hierholzer 

Third " Celia Mahoney 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Georgie Shippy 

Second " Clara Heissler 

Third " Ella O'Connor 

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MAP DRAWING. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium G. Lynn, C. Carney 

Second " M. De Vine, M. Cofey 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Blanche Deloulme 

Second " Ethel Jepson 

Third " Grace Kinzie 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Maggie Bradbury 

Second " Edna Sutton 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Grace Mahoney 

Second " Gertrude Kohnert 

Third " • Kittie Murphy 



U. S. HISTORY. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

Gold Medal Mary Cofey 

First Premium Jennie Stenson 

Second " Katie Fitzsimmons 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium U. Murphy, G. Brooke 

Second " May Guerin 

Third " Katie Keeley 

ANCIENT HISTORY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Susie Bonfield 

Second " Delia O'Malley 

Third " Carrie Maslin 



MODERN HISTORY. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Edith Maslin 

Second " Mary O'Shea 

Third " J.Murray, A. Sandmeier 



LITERATURE. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Mary O'Shea 

Second " Edith Maslin, Delia O'Malley 

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EPISTOLARY CORRESPONDENCE. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Gussie Sbrimski 

Second " Lizzie Blish 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Julia Nelligan 

Second " Alice Shannon 

Third " Nannie Brown 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium M. McKenna, B. Sheurman 

Second " Grace White 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mamie Tierney 

Second " E. Jepson, A. McNamara 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Marie O'Reilly 

Second " Mamie Lamb 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Jeanette Migely 

Second " Josie Bradbury 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium R. Housman, A. Roth 

Second " Maggie Callaghan 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium D- Schmidt, M. Hudson 

Second " Edith Maher 

BOOK-KEEPING. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Marie Stearns 

Second " Veronica Murphy 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Stenson 

Second " Lizzie Blish 

PHYSICS. 

GRADUATE CLA.SS. 

First Premium Gussie Shrimski 

Second " Marie Stearns 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium Nellie Stenson 

Second " ■ Lizzie Blish 

LOGIC. 

GRADUATE CLASS. 

First Premium Susie O'Reilly 

Second " Veronica Murphy 

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SCIENCE. 

First Premium Carrie Maslin 

Seconti •• Hannah Carroll 

Third '• Annie Healy 

ZOOLOGY. 

GRADUATE CLAS.S. 

First Premium Veronica Murphy 

Second " Gussie Shrimski 



MUSIC. 

VOCAL. 

First Premium Delia O'Malley 

Second " Mary McKenna 



INSTRUMENTAL. 

PIANO. 
FIRST CLASS— A. 

Gold Medal Gussie Shrimski 

'• Maggie Murphy 

riEST CLASS — B. 

First Premium Mary Marble 

Second - Delia O'Malley 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Berenice Adler 

Second " Carrie Maslin 

THIRD CLASS— A. 

First Premium Julia Ryan 

Second " S. Maher, M. Tierney 

THIRD CLASS — B. 

First Premium M. Bradbury, N. Mahoney 

Second '• B. Cummins, E.Witt 

FOURTH CLASS — A. 

First Premium Sadie Portsmouth 

Second '• May Guerin 

Third '■ Mary Cofey 

FIFTH CLASS. 

First Premium Kittie Barry 

Second " Lottie Schneider 

Third " Edna Sutton 

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THEORY OF MUSIC. 

FIRST CLASS. 

First Premium S. Bonfield, D. O'Malley 

Second '| Marie Stearns 

SECOND CLASS— A. 

First Premium Lizzie Blish 

Second " Carrie Maslin 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Lulu Blisb, Julia Ryan 

Second " Belle Cummins 

FOUETH CLASS. 

First Premium Rose Housman 

Second " Kittle McDermott 

Third " Josie Bergeron 



GUITAR. 

First Premium Susie Bontield 

Second " :; Edith Maslin 

Third " ,..^.<.>F--2^IvE?'.9?l?.' Mollie Healy 

VIOLIN ^!7^^^^^.^^.^^H.xy.^:^V.^..: Grace Burks 



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1L.IJI 



MANDOLIN ,.^^^ij^QQi.?:t^r.\ Annie Hudson 

HARP ffi?.'.." Maria Bonfield 

BANJO Delia O'Malley 

ZITHER Susie Bonfield 



CLASS-SINGING. 

First Premium M. Leahy, N. Brown 

Second " Lulu Blish 

Third " Grace Burks 

STILL-LIFE PAINTING. 

First Premium Nellie Hayes, Laura Sandmeier 

Second " Flora Israel 



ANTIQUE DRAWING. 

First Class Alljg Brewster 

Second Class Mamie Eagan 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Annie Hudson 

Second " Alice Shannon 

Third " Jennie Murray 



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EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary Cofey 

Second " Cora Carney 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

First Premium N. O'Hara, S. Schmidt 

Second " L. Bontield, E.Witt 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Maggie Bradbury 

Second " Katie Clare 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mary McMahon 

Second " Kittie Hickey 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Lulu Holm 

Second " Florence Blisli 

Third " Nellie Brennan 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Maggie Perry 

Second " Mattie Arnold 

Third " Maggie Power 

GERMAN. 

First Premium Berenice Adler 

Second " E.Witt, F. West 

Third " Mamie Tierney 

FRENCH. 

FIRST CLASS. 

Premium Lillie Villeneuve, Mary Marble 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium ..Gertie Brooke 

Second " Ethel Jepsou 

Third " Louisa Heissler 

THIRD CLASS. 

First Premium Belle Cummins 

Second " Josie Bradbury 

Third " Josie Bergeron 

PLAIN SEWING. 

First Premium Mary Cofey 

Second " Alice Shannon 

Third " Louise Barnett 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 

SECOND CLASS. 

First Premium Edith Maslin 

Second " Carrie Maslin 

Third " Alice Shannon 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

First Premium A. Simonds, G. Lynn 

Second '' A. Synon, M. Moran 

SEVENTH GRADB. 

First Premium Ursula Murphy 

Second " A. Coins, G. Kinzie 

SIXTH GRADE. 

First Premium Mamie Lamb 

Second " Mary Marlow 

FIFTH GRADE. 

First Premium Blanche Thielan 

Second " Tessie Mahoney 

FOURTH GRADE. 

First Premium Edith Alexander 

Second " Mary B. McMahon 

Third " Florence Blish 

THIRD GRADE. 

First Premium Georgie Shippy 

Second " Mary Henderson 

Third " Mary Hudson 

SECOTSfD GRADE. 

First Premium Isabel McDermott 

Second " Gertie Bonfield 

_ FIRST GRADE. 

First Premium Mamie Ryan 

Second " Tillie Heissler 

FOR PERFECT OBSERVANCE OF RULE. 

EIGHTH GRADE. 

Margie Moran, . Mary Cofey, 

Julia Ryan, Lucy Harvey, 

Nellie Fogarty, Sarah Elvin. 

SEVENTH GRADE. 

Ursula Murphy, May Guerin, 

Lulu O'Brien, Annie McNamara. 

FIFTH GRADE. 

Kittle Hickey, Mary Barnett, 

Sarah Foote. 

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Examination, Scholarship, Deportment, 



AND 



Observance of Rules. 



FOR THE YEAR, 



GRADUATE DEPARTMENT. 

Final Examination Determines Promotion. Monthly Examination Decides the Medal. 



FOURTH YEAR SENIOR GRADUATES. 



Susie O'Reilly 

Veronica Murphy. 
Gussie Shrimski.. 
Marie Stearns 



T}IIRD YEAR- 

Nellie Stenson 

Lizzie Blish 

Fannie Spencer... 



-JUNIOR GRADU.VTES. 



SECOND YEAR. 

Mary O'Shea Promoted to third year 

Edith Maslin 

Carrie MasHn " " 

Susie Bonfield " 

Delia O'Malley 

Maggie Dvtffy " 

Mary Sanders " " 



(1 

(( 

It 



FIRST YEAR. 






5(- 



Alice Shannon Promoted to second year 

Louisa Heissler 

Mary Marble 

Sarah Currau 

Nannie Brown " " " " 

Annie Hudson " " " 

Annie Sandmeier.. " " " " 

Julia Nelligan " 

Hannah Carroll 

Louise Blish 

Grace Burks '. 

Mary Farrell 

Annie Healy 

Maggie Leahy 

Jennie Murray 

Mary Conway 

Berenice Adler Not Examined 

Mary Daley " " 

Allie Kingsnorth " " 

Agnes Durkin Absent 

Allie O'Hara " 



Final 
Ex. 



91 
90 
89 

88 



92 

90 
85 



90.8 

89 

86.7 

86.1 

85 

81.8 

77.4 



Month- 
ly Ex. 



93 
92 
91 
90 



9i 
90 

87 



90.7 
90 
84.9 
89.6 

87 

85.9 

79.2 



Dep't. 
Av. 



91.9 


90.5 


87.2 


81.7 


85.2 


84.13 


83.9 


87.7 


83.5 


84.1 


80.8 


82 


81.5 


79.3 


80 


85.3 


80 


86.9 


79 


82.7 


78.4 


80.3 


78.2 


82.4 


74.5 


83.9 


74.3 


75.2 


68.1 


75.4 


67.3 


73.7 



50 
100 
100 

99 



80 

100 

50 



1(X) 
83 
85 
84 
80 

100 
80 



90 

84 

82 

100 

90 

75 

76 

100 

100 

100 

60 

100 

100 

84 

92 

85 

100 

100 

84 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



50 
90 
90 

HO 



80 
90 
50 



98 
80 
80 
82 
SO 
96 
81 



82 
80 
81 
95 
91 
81 
81 
95 
100 
95 
81 
96 
94 
89 
91 
80 
90 
88 
82 



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EIGHT}! GRADE. 

Jennie Stenson Promoted 

Julia Ryan " 

Georgie Lynn " 

Mary Cofey " 

Kittie Fitzsimmons " 

Margie Moran " 

Belle Cummins " 

Maggie De Vine " 

Cora Carney " 

Josie O'Brien " 

Mary McKenna " 

Addie Simonds " 

Ella Foley 

Angela Synon " 

Marv Klassen 

Nellie Gillan 

Grace White Not Examined 

Lucy Harvey " " 

Nellie Fogarty " " 

Beitha Schuerman Absent 

Carol Green " 

Sarah Elvin " 

Maggie Sullivan " 

Annie O'Toole " 



Final 
Ex. 



SEVENTH GR.JiDE. 

Ursula Murphy Promoted 

Lulu O'Brien..!^ " 

Annie Shannon " 

Gertie Brooke " 

May Guerin " 

Laura Bonfield " 

Grace Kinzie " 

Blanche Deloulme " 

Annie Coins " 

Belle Maher 

Maria Bonfield " 

Kate Keeley " 

Ethel Jepson " 

May Tierney " 

Mary Sheridan " 

Ella Dennison " 

Annie McNamara 

Kittie Mercer 

Emma AVitt Not Examined 

Stella Smith " 

NellieO'Hara " " 

Lillie Meehan Absent 

Mary Quinlan '« 

Lizzie Duddleston " 

Mary McGrath " 



89 
89 
88 
89 
88 
87 
86 
86 
85 
85 
84 
84 
88 
83 
79 
76 



96 
93 
92 
92 
92 
90 
90 
89 
88 
88 
86 
86 
86 
85 
84 
84 
82 
82 



Month 
lyEx. 



92.4 

91.4 

91 

90 

84 

89 

87 

87 

85 

85 

86 

85 

83 

83 

83 

78 

77 

82 

79 

89 

81 

90 

83 

84 



96 
94 
92 
89 
94 
84 
87 
89 
88 
87 
81 
88 
86 
86 
88 
88 
84 
78 
89 
89 
86 
86 
82 
80 
78 



Dep't. 
Av. 



68 

100 

96 

99 

90 

100 

88 

97 

99 

96 

88 

88 

90 

93 

80 

87 

65 

100 

100 

85 

88 

100 

99 

100 



100 

100 

90 

80 

100 

90 

90 

100 

90 

90 

80 

100 

85 

90 

100 

100 

100 

50 

90 

92 

80 

90 

100 

100 

100 



Obs. of 
Rule. 

90~ 
100 

90 
100 

80 

96 

88 

84 

90 

90 

88 

80 

88 

84 

80 

88 

75 

96 

96 

95 

87 
100 

99 

99 



100 

100 
85 
72 

100 
85 
70 
92 
85 
85 
70 
98 
82 
85 

100 
89 

100 
60 
90 
85 
80 
90 

100 
95 
95 



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SIXTH GRADE. 

Frankie West Promoted 

Ida Jackson " 

MarvHealv 

Mar'ie O'Reilly 

Kittle Barrv 

Nellie O'Brien 

Mamie Lamb " 

LillieVelleneuve " 

Olive Snow 

Katie Clare 

Nellie Maher 

Maggie Bradbury " 

Edna Sutton 

Mary Montague 

Mary Marlow 

Sadie Roland 

Katie O'Malley 

Nettie Boyer 

Agnes Woods Absent 

LuluL/eSage *' 

Hester Martin " 

FIFTH GRADE. 

Sadie Portsmouth Promoted 

Grace Mahoney " 

Blanche Thielan 

Nora Malone " 

Mary McMahon " 

Josie Bradbury " 

Gertrude Kohnert " 

Kittie O'Brien 

Jessie Mahoney 

Mary Barnett 

Jeanette Migley 

Teresa Callahan 

Kittie Murphy 

Kittie Hickey 

Lucy Gillespie Absent 

Sarah Foote " 

Angela Cleary " 

Maggie Hogau " 

Mamie Townsend '" 

FOURTH GR.VDE. 

Edith Alexander Promoted 

Julia Healy •■ • ' 

May Quinlan '' 

Marv B. McMahon 

AdaRoth 

Florence Blish " 

Rose O'Connor " 

Celia Mahoney " 

Nellie Brenuan " 

Ida Hierholzer " 

Lulu Holm 



Final 


Month- 


Dep't. 


Obs. of 


Ex. 


ly Ex. 


Av. 


Rule. 


91 


90 


87 


89 


89 


83 


89 


86 


88 


88 


100 


98 


86 


85 


90 


85 


85 


83 


83 


85 


8i 


83 


90 


80 


84 


85 


90 


92 


84 


86 


100 


90 


84 


81 


95 


80 


84 


85 


96 


83 


as 


86 


90 


84 


83 


80 


90 


^^3 


82.8 


83 


78 


70 


82.5 


82 


98 


87 


82.5 


86 


89 


85 


82 


82 


100 


90 


78 


77 


80 


79 


75 


78 


89 


87 




76 


83 


90 




83 


85 


85 




70 


ICO 


90 


91.5 


90 


90 


85 


88 


90.3 


98 


100 


88 


88 


93 


86 


87 


84 


89 


85 


80 


85 


97 


98 


85 


84 


82 


80 


84 


80 


97 


100 


83 


84 


88 


83 


82 


84 


98 


100 


81 


81 


la) 


100 


81 


76 


82 


81 


77 


76 


91 


82 


75 


72 


92 


80 


73 


75 


100 


100 




86 


97 


100 





90 


100 


100 




90 


98 


100 




73 


90 


85 




70 


100 


100 


93 


91 


80 


80 


91 


90 


100 


100 


88 


89 


95 


90 


88 


88 


85 


75 


88 


87 


89 


80 


88 


86 


100 


95 


88 


86 


50 


60 


87 


85 


90 


80 


87 


88 


90 


80 


87 


86 


100 


95 


85 


85 


90 


80 



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FOURTH GRADE — Continued. 

Ella Fitzpatrick Promoted 

Rose Housman " 

Florence Boughton " 

Alice Bond 

Maggie Callahan " 

Josie Bergeron 

Lionise Baruett 

Virginia Fiorentine Not Examined 

Julia Florentine " " 

Maud Hackney " " 

Laura Golsen Absent 

Nana Sunter 

Jessie Fa st 

Len a Crilby 

EllaCliftou 

G race Ma r tin 

Josie Moran 

THIRD GRADE. 

Leonora Horning Promoted 

Georgia Shippy " 

May Henderson " 

Kittie Burrows " 

Mattie Arnold " 

Catherine McDermott " 

Ella O'Connor 

Maggie Perry " 

Clara Heissler " 

Mamie Hudson " 

Maggie Powers " 

Dora Sckmitt 

Madeline Bartlett " 

Josie Healy " 

Edith Maher 

Annie Bierman 

Clara Hudson 

Amanda Arnold 

Laura Zeigler Absent 

Nellie Meyers " 

Nina Brown .. " 

Alice Burke " 

SECOXD GRADE. 

Gertrude McLaughlin Promoted 

Josie Hardin " 

Rosie Burns " 

Lottie Schmeider " 

Kittie Edgell 

Kittie Bowen 

Nellie O'Donnell 

Annie Sanders " 

Queenie La Mont " 

Fannie De Vache " 

Nellie Harlf ord 

Isabel McDermott 

Celia Freshman 

Sai lie Kinalbv 



Final 
Ex. 



85 
85 
84 
83 
83 
82 



90 
90 
89 
88 
86 
86 
85 
85 
85 
85 
86 
84 
84 
83 
80 
78 
73 



91 
90 

88 
88 
86 
86 
85 
85 
85 
85 
82 
82 
81 
77 



Month- 
ly Ex. 



86 

87 
86 
85 
84 
85 
83 



86 
87 
84 
80 
80 
81 
83 



91 

89 
88 
89 
88 
87 
87 
86 
86 
80 
87 
86 
85 
84 
85 
80 
79 

75 

85 
86 
70 



86 
85 
83 
85 
83 
82 
82 
84 
80 
80 
84 
83 
80 



Dep't. 
Av. 



Obs. of 
Rule. 



90 

95 

90 

100 

90 

100 

100 

100 

100 

50 

70 

100 

90 

80 

75 

100 

100 



90 

80 

80 

80 

70 

80 

70 

80 

90 

100 

90 

80 

100 

90 

80 

50 

80 

75 

90 

100 

100 

100 



90 

90 
100 
100 

80 
100 
100 

80 
ItX) 
UK) 

70 
100 
100 

70 



70 

85 
80 
88 
80 
90 
90 
90 
95 
75 
60 
90 
80 
90 
90 

90 
95 



80 
70 
70 
75 
60 
75 
60 
70 
80 
90 
80 
70 
90 
80 
70 
50 
80 
60 
80 
80 
90 
95 



85 
90 
95 

100 
79 
95 

100 
85 
95 
95 
50 
90 

100 
50 



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SECOND GRADE — Continued. 



Gertrude Bonfield 

Katie Costello 

Grace Meincke Absent 

Mabel Sherwood " 

Emma Granger " 

Mamie Graeber " 

Minnie Phillips " 

FIRST GRADE — A. 

Florence McDermott Promoted 

Mamie Ryan " 

Mary Fitzpatrick " 

Alice O'Hara 

Marv Espert •% " 

Tillie Heissler 

Grace Bardon " 

Minnie Mulveil " 

Janie Scott " 

Mary Magou " 

Winnie Kinzie " 

Kittie Mig-ley 

Charlotte King 

Lila Mason Absent 

Jessie Healy " 

Gladys Erby " 

FIRST GRADE — B. 

Francis Deohne Promoted 

Bessie Crimp " 

Lauretta Leydon " 

Elsie Freshman " 

Gilborta Keating " 

Barbara Espert " 

Bertha Fitzgerald Absent 

Edna Woolsey " 



Final 


Month- 


Dep't. 


Obs. of 


Ex. 


ly Ex. 


Av. 


Kule. 


76 


80 


100 


85 


■72 


75 


90 


80 





85 


85 


80 


. 


85 


90 


85 





82 


90 


80 





82 


90 


81 




80 


85 


80 


90 


8i 


100 


95 


90 


85 


85 


80 


90 


85 


100 


95 


90 


8i 


100 


95 


89 


84 


100 


94 


88 


83 


100 


100 


85 


82 


100 


95 


85 


85 


100 


100 


85 


86 


100 


100 


85 


80 


85 


80 


85 


82 


80 


75 


81 


85 


100 


98 


80 


82 


100 


96 





8i 


90 


'M 





84 


ItX) 


100 





82 


100 


98 


86 


82 


90 


85 


86 


84 


100 


100 


86 


80 


100 


100 


85 


88 


90 


85 


85 


!-0 


100 


100 


85 


82 


100 


98 




82 


90 


85 




80 


90 


90 



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RULES FOR THK BOARDERS. 



The pupils should remember that in an institution of this kind it 
would be impossible to preserve order without well-established rules; 
and when these rules are once understood, each young lady should con- 
sider it her 'duty, not only to observe them strictly, but also to aid her 
companions in doing the same, thereby rendering a most acceptable as- 
sistance to her teachers, whose greatest pleasure among them will be de- 
rived from their assiduity in this respect. 

1st. The- first and most important rule concerns their religious 
duties, which all will be required to attend punctually. 

2d. Strict silence must be observed in all places, except during the 
time allowed for recreation in the room appointed for that purpose; but 
even during the hours set apart for recreation, it is never permitted in 
the halls or on the stairs. 

3d. No pupil is allowed to leave the recreation hall, or any room in 
which all are assembled, without permission from the presiding Sister. 

4th. No pupil is allowed to retain pocket money. For the purpose 
of safe keeping, it is deposited in the hands of the treasurer; also all 
jeicelry except a breast-pin, pair of ear-rings and small chain. 

5th. Borrowing or lending clothing, jewelry, etc., is not permitted. 

6th. Each pupil will write to her parents or guardian at least once 
in two weeks. 

7th. Private friendships are not allowed to such an extent as to ex- 
clude all others, or become remarkable, on the contrary, all should try to 
be sociable and kind, as members of one family circle, especially toward 
new pupils. 

8th. During the recreation hours no work is permitted that will 
prevent the pupil from participating ia the recreation, thus uabending 
the mind and preparing it for future study. 

9th. No books brought to the academy by the pupils can be read 
without submitting them for inspection to their teacher. Letters are 
also subject to the inspection of the Directress. 

10th. No visits allowed except at the appointed times, viz: Wedne>i- 
day afteraooa and Sunday. Pupils who wish to give no trouble should 
be particular to notify their friends of this arrangement. 

11th. Personal neatness and a particular care of books, toilet 
articles, wearing apparel, etc., must be carefully attended to, as nothing 
like a slovenly appearance will be tolerated. A young lady who is care- 
less in this respect must expect to lose all good marks as well as the re- 
spect of her teachers and companions. 

12th. Music pupils are not allowed to leave their respective rooms 
during the hours given them for practice, neither should they speak in 
those rooms. 

13th. No pupil is allowed to go to her room during school or recrea- 
tion hours without special permission. 

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ST. XAVIER'S ACADEMY. ^V.\H' • 

One of Chicago's foremost educational institutions is St. 
Xavier's Acadeni}', located corner Wabash avenue and 
Twenty-ninth street. • The building is a palatial five-story 
brick and stone structure, of graceful architecture and 
equipped with ail modern conveniences. 

It is owned and conducted by the Sisters of Mercy, a pro- 
gressive sisterhood, whose lives are closely associated with 
the upbuilding of Chicago. The order was founded in Dublin 
in 183 1 by Mother Macaulay, and its growth spreading all 
over Great Britain and the American continent, has been 
marvelously rapid. In 1846 the sisters began their career in 
Chicago in a small building, corner of Madison street and 
Wabash avenue. They were the first religious order to open 
up a school in this Western frontier, Chicago then being little 
more than an Indian trading post. Their work prospered, 
however, and they grew in strength, keeping pace with the 
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• lUciricr o|a century were swept away in the great fire that re- 
duced CjJb|cago to ashes; but. undaunted by this crushing mis- 
fortune, tiey began anew, and their efforts have been doubly 
crowned Vith success. Their community here has grown to 
a membership of 225 sisters, and their schools and academies 
now number twelve, with an' aggregate attendance of 5,500 
pupils. Three of these institutions are academies, and nitiel 
cire parochial schools. The academies are known as St. 
Xavier'saSt. Agatha's and St. Mary's. 

St. Xkvier's is the mother house of the order, and is the 
seat of government for the management of the affairs of the j 
various institutions. It is a model, high-class literary acad- 
emy, where the best instruction is offered amid surroundings 
that are of themselves an inspiration. The course of study 
is noted for its comprehensiveness and absolute thorough- 
ness. Special stress is given to the modern and ancient lan- 
guages, also to mathematics and the sciences. For the study 
of art and music in their various branches this academy offers 
exceptional advantages. An average enrollment of 250 young 
ladies are in attendance, one-third of whom are boarding 
pupils. 

St. Agatha's Academy is located corner of Forty-ninth 
street and Evans avenue, and has both boarding and day de- 
partments. The work here, as far as it goes, is similar to- 
that at St. Xavier's. It carries its pupils through the usual 
grammar grades, and the work is capably and thoroughly 
co/ulucted throughout. The sisters have provided a very 
pletisant home for the fifty or more young ladies who enjoy 
the privileges of the boarding department. 

The nine parochial schools which they conduct are scat- 
tered throughout the city. In four of these the full high- 
sctiool course is given, the pupils passing the teachers' ex- 
aijnination with wonderful success. 

St. Mary's Academy is located at Libertyville. a pleasant 
suburb, thirty miles north of Chicago. It is the latest acquisi- 
li'jnl to the educational work of the sisters, opening its doors I 
thvi fall to both day and boarding pupils. The property con- f 
si/sts of a handsome convent and school building, surrounded i 
b:V twenty acres of highly cultivated land. During the sum- f 
mt\r it is calculated as a retreat for the sisters, worn out by 
the, year's work in the schools and hospitals of Chicago. 

"*A''ith this proud record behind them, the Sisters of Mercy 
stand before the public, not as strangers, but as part and parcel 
of the foundation of the educational svstem of Chicago. 






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